When you picture your dream retirement, I’ll bet you’re somewhere sunny. There are probably some fresh water lakes, some lush golf courses, some beautiful vineyards and an endless number of delicious riding routes. Basically, you’d be describing BC’s Okanagan.
Waking up before sunrise in San Francisco is magical. The customary hustle and bustle of commuters, tourists and cable cars gives way to a remarkable peacefulness as the morning fog lifts from the Bay. This was the idyllic setting that welcomed us as we began our point-to-point ride from Fisherman’s Wharf to Sonoma County. Within minutes, >> Read More
Whether you’re preparing for your first ever gran fondo or you’re a seasoned veteran, these ten tips will help you make the most of the ride. 1. Look after logistics early Remove as much of the last-minute stress as possible by organising your travel and accommodation well in advance. Accommodation close to the start and >> Read More
A gran fondo! If you are a cyclist and you are over thirty, I’m sure you have participated in a gran fondo by now. Even though they only really hit North America about five years ago, there now seems to be at least a dozen gran fondos taking place each weekend somewhere on the continent. If >> Read More