I’ve been thinking about some of the things that I would like to accomplish in the New Year. I’ve tried to put them in a list (as I’ve gotten older I find that if I write things down they actually get done).

I’m going to ride my bike…..to work, to the store, for fun…..I’m going to ride.

No bike I own will have smaller than 28mm wide tires. It’s all about comfort from now on.

I will take more pictures while I’m out on the bike. Check that, I need to take more pictures. Period. My grandfather traveled all over the world, and never took a single photograph. Tragic.

I need to get back into the gym.

At least one of my bikes will have flat pedals. So much easier to just get on and ride.

We will have a shop ride…….of sorts. Some Saturday mornings we will ride, and others can, and will ride with us. That will be nice.

I re found the fun of working in a bike shop again. Don’t know exactly how it happened, and I’m not going to question it. This is the best “job” I’ve ever had.

The 520 is a bike that’s been in the Trek line…..well, forever. We got a few in a couple of weeks ago. Other than being a little “chunky”, it’s such a nice bike. I would like to think that some folks that are looking for a road bike (and have no aspirations……or delusions of racing) will give it a chance.

March is typically when we mark the start of the new season. That’s………7 weeks away? That’s nothing. A chip shot. Soon the sun will be shining, and tires will be humming down the road again.

I can’t wait.

Ride on!



This is the time of year when a lot of people start making resolutions. How many of those are followed through on do ya think?
I’m not one for resolutions, but I am excited about the New Year. As you might expect, my excitement is revolving around bicycles.
We’ve been working on some new bike lines/models over the last couple of months. These are not revolutionary by any means. They are bikes that you used to see in bike shops all the time. They will be durable, comfortable, affordable and really, really fun to ride. Look for them in store sometime in Feb.

2011 is going to be the year you start to love your bike again. That’s my resolution.

Ride on!