Loving the Bike TV: Pedal Through the Bumpy Road


I hope it doesn’t come across as being too corny, but in this weeks edition of Loving the Bike TV I talk about pedaling through bumpy roads on and off the bike.

The roads here in Grenada are certainly not smooth, just like some periods of life.  But it’s what you do with those bumpy roads that creates goodness.

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One Response to “ Loving the Bike TV: Pedal Through the Bumpy Road ”

  1. Gerry john on August 30, 2015 at 4:53 am

    . Now it’s a rail trail stretching across the southern interior part of the province. A good piece of advice from those riders, “remember that the Kettle Valley Rail Trail, while well marked in some areas, can seem a bit remote at others. It’s wise to have a general idea of your distances, times and direction before setting out on your trip.”You can see this site. http://empireroadbikes.com/


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