Estimated reading time: 24 minutes It was dawn in mid-February when I stepped outside to check the weather. Snow was on the ground, but the roads were clear. The temperature was just above 40 degrees and expected to rise slightly throughout the day. Perfect for the 50-mile run I was
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This is a family-friendly, make-ahead recipe for family bike camping– the kind I used on Mother's Day Off family bike camping trips. These calorie-dense no-bake trail bars were designed for backpacking– packing the most amount of calories into the the least weight. They are also recipe my whole family enjoys.
This is a family-friendly, make-ahead recipe for family bike camping– the kind I used on Mother's Day Off family bike camping trips. This recipes contains the primary ingredients I like to have for breakfast anyway– oatmeal and bananas– but in a more portable format. Although they are quite healthy, they
Bar Mitts are an great way to keep hands warmer on cold bike commutes. The other thing that's helped me considerably is adjusting my diet for the season. I have long thin fingers and bought one glove and mitten design after another, yet my fingers would get cold even on
When our kids were younger my wife has happy to get the same gift each Mother's Day: a day off! May in Indiana also begins the season my family likes to camp. So the annual Mother's Day Off family bike camping trip was born. Here are some highlight photos throughout
Skip to recipe. I was sleeping when the text arrived at 11 pm on a Thursday night. "Want to run a marathon with me on Sunday morning?" Accepting this invitation from a college roommate and friend from two decades ago didn't seem particularly advisable. I had just completed marathon distance
On Sunday I ran from Bloomington, Indiana to Nashville, Indiana, had lunch with some friends and ran home– a 37 mile round-trip in an almost 44 year old body. Here are seven insights I learned from the experience. 1. Choose your own adventure My longest runs prior to this had