Posts tagged with: bike

In only it’s second year, the Havana Hills Ride promises to be a great start to the early spring cycling season in north Florida. Nestled in Gadsen County just 14 miles north of Tallahassee, Havana is a former rail town that now boasts antique shops, art galleries and other wonderful specialty shops and cafes. The......
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When I turned 50 in December 2015 I set a goal to write 50 blog posts over the coarse of the year. I had dabbled a bit with a blog but was inconsistent with my posts; setting a goal was my way of ensuring I would stay motivated and on track. Thinking I would write......
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Looking for a paved biking trail with ample shade and modern amenities (like real restrooms)? Look no further than the Withlacoochee State Trail – a 46 mile stretch of Florida beauty and shade provided by canopied trees. Park in Inverness and ride 30 miles south to end of the trail and upon your return you......
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What do they say about the best laid plans? Wanting to ride bikes and also support the initiative to extend The Legacy Trail into downtown Sarasota, Mike and I planned on riding the 35 mile route at Tour de Parks.We knew it was a well-organized ride, close to home and we might run into some......
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A blog post with only one photo? Yep, that’s all I have, I was having so much fun at Pedal for Pups that I forgot to take pictures, but I still wanted to share my experience. Pedal for Pups and Doggie Bones 5k is an annual event put on by local animal rescue Nate’s Honor......
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