The criminal trial of the driver who killed a cyclist as she was travelling on Laurier makes me think the real crime is the bike lane itself.
I have been looking for a more versatile thing to wear on my wrist that doesn’t cost a month’s wages. I need it to track long cross country ski efforts, the occasional run, hiking, and to be a backup on canoe trips. I am aware that all of these activities are not cycling. That part of my life is covered.…
Despite being a fringe element the extreme right dominates social media. We who would increase peace and fight bigotry and xenophobia can fight back. But we’re going to need software.
A really small screw went missing on my Garmin Vector 3 pedals a month or two ago. A tiny, rare screw. But not so tiny that you don’t miss it when it’s not there.
The tenth annual Martin-Chris trip is in the books. And the chatty, data nerd-friendly log is posted. Heavy weather, long days and no wildlife. Apart from the two party animals in the canoe.
When my old power meter gave up the ghost, Garmin’s Vector 3 pedals seemed to be the perfect replacement. Little did I know they would be kept working with electrical tape and baby oil. This is a cautionary tale about technology and how to keep from losing all your customers.
We’re right into the cycling season now and it’s time for me to seek your help raising money for the Toronto Sick Kids Foundation and for Parkinson’s research at the University of Ottawa. I reckon I’m heading out into the rain for a training ride today so some moral support would come in handy. Any amount is welcome. Both are…