Tag Archives: winter

What’s your line?

Ride around the block and you soon find yourself retracing your journey. Not exactly, of course: a single-track vehicle cannot help but make two tracks in the snow, the track of the rear tire crossing and recrossing the track of … Continue reading

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Infrastructure maintenance and the role of magical thinking

It isn’t in the nature of magic to broadcast its existence. Continue reading

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Your best bicycle ride

  Your best bicycle ride is your most recent solo ride. Or the most recent time you rode with a friend. Or the time you rode by yourself and your friend caught up with you on Grange Hall Road, not … Continue reading

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What this country needs is a good right-hand-drive tricycle

Four to six inches of snow overnight. Don’t remember hearing the snow plow, but it must have come by early in the morning. So let’s try out that new studded tire on the tricycle. I never have any problems staying … Continue reading

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Brompton to “pile into New York.” Plus, Car Brain and the walker

Will Butler-Adams: “We want to start shaking up America.” Continue reading

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