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Category Archives: Biking
I am primarily a road biker. I know some people think riding on the road is dangerous, but I feel very comfortable on the road; it’s paved and you just have to bike in a straight line and hope you … Continue reading
The York Cancer Center is preparing for the upcoming 19th Annual Bike Hike and Butterfly Release to benefit the Cancer Patient Help Fund and the Cancer Screening & Outreach Fund. Walk or bike at your leisure along the scenic Heritage Rail Trail … Continue reading
Dream Ride York is a new event hosted by Eat Play Breathe York, the City of York and the many organizations and businesses focused on making York and York County a more bike-friendly community. Dream Ride York provides a venue … Continue reading
I’m just back from a week-long vacation with my family on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire. Like any decent human being, I spent the week eating all of the food and indulging in afternoon cocktails pretty much every day, because vacation. … Continue reading
When Amber Warrington hops on her stationary bike in the basement of her Red Lion home, she is focused. Head straight, eyes set ahead, she leans in to the handle bars and steadies her legs on the peddles. The 38-year-old … Continue reading
Right after I finished my race, I spent 8 hours in the car to go camping in an area so far upstate NY I didn’t have cell service. I didn’t even realize there were still places like that. It was … Continue reading
Wes Rosselet decided he needed a change of pace when he picked up his bicycle. The 30-year-old Penn Township man graduated from Liberty University in Virginia with a degree in English in 2008. But after accepting the paper he hoped … Continue reading
Before I started training for the YWCA ladies y-tri, I had ridden my bike three, maybe four times in my adult life. I was not a cyclist. Now that I’m less than a week away from my race, I have … Continue reading
Furman Dennis, a 4th grade student at Lincoln Charter School, was so excited about walking to City Hall during the kick-off Bike in York Week event, that he wrote a story about the event, and then sent it to me … Continue reading