Saturday, January 28, 2012
7 cyclists (Tim, Bill, Dan, John D, John C, Carey, myself)
25+ grade percent max
2600+ feet of climbing
Mix of paved and gravel roads
Gravel road surface was a mix of snow, slush and mush (slow going)
The CareyDactyl made multiple appearances by squawking
Route [from Tim]
Started at Mohican MTB trailhead
Brinkhaven/Gann turnaround point
Passed blueberry farms
Passed Landoll's Mohican Castle
Friday, January 27, 2012
Thursday, January 26, 2012
In this episode, we experience our first Kiwi Christmas. We also ride the Forgotten World Highway, one of NZ's Great Rides. We have a chat with the team behind the new cycle trail network in New Zealand and Jonathan Kennett, a reknowned bicycle advocate in NZ.
For behind the scenes info, check out:
For more visit:
MORPC Regional Bikeways Plan STILL TAKING COMMENTS! (This is where money comes from for the central Ohio area)
- Local governments provide data on existing and committed bikeways.
- The bicycling community provides desired routes.
- Bicycle organizations and public agencies provide technical information on bikeway design, location, barriers, and the overall cycling environment.
Creating ‘The Most Bicycle Friendly City in America’ ... In Southern California
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
On road: cycle track
Our first commission from Current TV USA took us to a very cold Copenhagen in February 2010.
As part of the 'Urban Mobility' series sponsored by Scion, we asked the author of the blogs 'Copenhagenize' and 'Copenhagen Cycle Chic', Mikael Colville-Anderson to show us around all of the innovative ways in which Copenhagen is encouraging it's people to use the bicycle as its main form of transport.
Here at Trunk, we like bicycles... with cities like Copenhagen leading the revolution, the future is two-wheeled and we're diggin' it.
Monday, January 23, 2012
Fits 2" Hitch
Includes all the accumulated stickers
Columbus, OH area only
email raymondmgeorge [at] gmail [dot] com if interested