All those years of trying to decide whether I should sit on the couch or travel by bicycle, and to find I could have done both — the irony!
Bicycle Snow Cone Maker. Here is a great way to work up a thirst and earn your snow cone.
I love how Alterra Coffee shops give bicycles priority parking spaces. In spring, they install bicycle racks in their loading zone, blossoming like spring flowers.
Below are two bicycle racks that I discovered in my wanderings. The first is a new coffee shop in Bay View, Wisconsin, which is not only beautiful, but a great way to save space.
Here is another landmark in bicycle ingenuity — a $20 cardboard bicycle. And if you damage it, it is recyclable.
My husband Mark Schulze is the inventor of the video helmet camera. I was there to photograph him wearing his gargantuan invention.
Here is a bizarre evolution of the bicycle industry. We can now print a 3D bicycle much like we print a photograph.
This is a worthwhile video if you like bicycles, engineering, or land speed records.
I have been personally trying to break 55 MPH. I came close a few times.
I met Stephen Regenold, the Gear Junkie, last summer in Minneapolis. I admire how he turned his love of gadgets into a profitable career, which is essentially the art of creating an adventure in your own backyard.
How does going home constitute an essential aspect of travel? I share some of my ideas and discovery’s of returning to home after traveling the world.
My bike, Yerba Mate, is quite famous. It has been requested to appear on TV numerous times, featured in newspaper articles (without me), been photographed 1000’s of times and Yerba has even won a place on a the race podium without having to win the race.