Monthly Archives: May 2014

2014 Ride of Silence

Last Wednesday, I did my first Ride of Silence. About 60 of us rode wordlessly for four and half miles through the streets of Danbury and Bethel, Connecticut, arms wrapped with black ribbon. Before the ride began, we gathered on … Continue reading

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Where There’s Railroads, There’ll be Wrecks

Last Sunday, I was riding in a group of four down Double Hill Road, a road as twisty as a politician’s history and as steep as any descent we ride. It’s pretty treacherous, particularly in one spot where it looks … Continue reading

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Cycling for the Next Ride

It’s often when riding alone that I push myself the hardest. This happens even when I set out with the mindset that I’ll take it easy, that riding at all is enough and there’s no need to hammer. Tuesday’s ride … Continue reading

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