Tag Archives: RSVP

Cycology: Summer Cycling and Climate Change

Let’s start with an obvious fact: most people don’t love bicycling on cold, dark, and rainy days. Shocking, right? Sure, I ride through the winter, wrapped in sweaty waterproof clothing and rain booties–but it’s an act of determination, not joy. Summertime is when everyone becomes a cyclist. Long sunny days eliminate excuses and beckon us outside to explore and enjoy …

Read More »

(Biking) Life begins at 60: An Unlikely Love Story

story by CHUCK ROBINSON  | “Life begins at forty and I’m just living all over again.” That’s what the song says, but of course, sixty is the new forty and that’s when I began living my life—my biking life—all over again. Way back on my seventh birthday when I lived in a small Illinois farm town, my parents told me …

Read More »