Seriously, dude? A BAZILLION miles of biking in a summer?

check out this nutcase: http://www.tetonat.com/2011/05/23/jay-petervarys-no-idle-tour/

I Will Seriously Sign Any Form You Put In Front Of Me

I Will Seriously Sign Any Form You Put In Front Of Me

[ed note: originally written May 9, 2011) Remember, my blossoming career on afternoon television for stay-at-home moms, nestled between the cake-baking tidbit and the summary of yesterday’s soap operas? Well, there’s more where that came from! I’m spending this week moving around southern South Korea and doing a bit of climbing.  In fact, I had(...)

Biking in the City

[ed note: originally written April 16, 2011] Why do people hate on bike commuters?  I’m not going to call us cyclists because, well, we aren’t…necessarily. I may have ridden my bike across most of the country, bike everywhere I go in town, started a free bike rental program, and advocate for biking on every level–from(…)

Kood #8: The LeafLight

Kood #8: The LeafLight

Korean Observation Of the Day #8 A (not necessarily) daily observation from (not necessarily) Korea. The streetlights in Korean cities and towns are often designed around for that which the town is known. It’s the little things that count in life.

Kood #7: Roads: No Match for Koreans (of even the shortest stature)

Kood #7: Roads: No Match for Koreans (of even the shortest stature)

Korean Observation Of the Day #7 A (not necessarily) daily observation from (not necessarily) Korea. Korean drivers yield to pedestrians better than drivers in any other place I’ve ever been.  Seriously.  They will just…stop.  No honking.  No yelling.  No beeping.  No love-taps, bumper-butts, or engine revving.  I swear you could walk across a freaking interstate and drivers would(…)

Solar Power and Failure:  Biking Into the Sun

Solar Power and Failure: Biking Into the Sun

At times during my cross-country bike ride, I was nearly 100 miles from any semblance of a town.  For those of you who may not know this, power outlets don’t exist in the middle of nowhere.  Additionally, there are no pay phones, internet cafes, or laptops sitting randomly alongside the road.  Before I left, though, I(…)