Blazing some new trails on wheels

image2I have finally made the leap into road cycling and few will be able to miss seeing the lime-green streak around the Jackson County foothills and bikeways. I have ridden Sue’s dad’s hybrid bike for three years and it was a great two-wheeler, but not so good on hills, especially with an old man in the saddle. Lots of Siskiyou Velo Club riders have encouraged me to make the change. So, why now? A book and an author. Free Country, by George Mahood, an Englishman who rode the length of Britain in a most unusual way. Find it on Amazon. Also, I have to thank one of Ashland’s finest gentlemen, Phil Gagnon, for getting me to try the bike club and road cycling.

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13 thoughts on “Blazing some new trails on wheels

  1. Be safe on them there 2 wheels. Keep us posted.

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  2. Debbie Gudger

    Congratulations! Great looking bike!
    Have fun!

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  3. Jamey Myers

    Greatttt!!!!!’ You got your bike👍🏻‼️

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  4. Ellen

    yeah for you Reg. I’m looking forward to riding on flat ground in the future. These hill kill me!

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  5. Jackie Bachman

    Awesome! Happy trails!

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  6. Nancy Hardwick

    Way to go Reg! I loved road biking in the Chicago area & did it as often as possible, given my work schedule. I hope to find a bike club in my new home of Houston after we settle in & the heat goes down! It’s a great way to spend time outdoors so enjoy!

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  7. Thanks, Nancy. All the best to you and the family in Houston!

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