It’s as if these children have never been anywhere outside a city before, the way they were acting. But who am I to judge those I don’t even know.
After months of never riding past the bridge over Bradley Boulevard in Bethesda, I finally made the trip on the Capital Crescent Trail from Silver Spring to Georgetown. And it was magnificent.
Last month, on Mother’s Day, I rode with a bunch of lovely bike women in DC for the Cyclofemme ride. It was a lovely ride. The sun shone bright but it wasn’t too hot. The ride was a good 13-or-so-mile leisure-paced ride. At the end of it all, it probably would’ve made more sense for…
In my eventual transition from the DC to NYC area, I’ve taken upon a challenge—to myself anyway—to go on as many rides as possible in the DC area. This includes group rides, and friends’ goofy rides, and the usual “do everything you can possibly do by bike” rides. Today: CycloFemme DC 2014 Mother’s Day edition.
Says I, determined to finally take Rocinanté out for a spin and not jump on the boxy contraption that is the bus. Despite my personal disdain for the Georgetown Branch Trail, I decided to take it to work yesterday morning and surprisingly, it wasn’t too bad.
I’m totally OK with winter not returning for the rest of the year, as I’m sure the rest of BikeDC is.