San Clemente is a faintly ridiculous place.
In my last post, we talked about the surprisingly low amount of physical preparation required before starting on your first big bicycle tour. For me, one of the most important methods of preparation is to start cycling as much as possible — that’s all. In this post, I’ll discuss how to incorporate cycling into your… Continue reading How to Start Cycling Every Day
Friday Afternoon A sliver of a river slides beneath the rails and then we’re in Queens, floating over a great plain of brick row houses and tessellating backyards, little boxes of space framed by high fences. I love the train for its glimpses at unseen places: rooftops covered in broken glass, a hidden tag from… Continue reading Portals: Cycling From NYC to Boston