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bike touring

That Creepy Sound Again…

Is someone or something out there? or is this just something in my head? Then this ancient clock-tower chimes every hour. No problem for Chantal… she’s wearing earplugs. But that noise again… someone walking up the stairs? We’re alone in… Continue Reading →

Brockport, NY

This weekend bike trip was through the Toronto Bicycle Club, formerly High Park Bicycle Club. Nobody I’ve talked to can understand why the name was changed, when High Park really says who we are, but that’s another story. Brockport is… Continue Reading →

Cycling the Donauradweg, Part 2

This was a multi-part trip that started with 10 days of cycling the Danube River from the source, at Donaueshingen, Germany to Passau. We finished where we started in 2008, when we cycled from Passau to Budapest. We rented bikes… Continue Reading →

Cycling the Camino de Santiago

The Camino de Santiago, or Way of Saint James is a Christian pilgrimage that goes back over 1000 years. It can be walked or cycled, so we thought it would be an interesting cycling trip and a way to discover… Continue Reading →

Port Credit to Montreal, via the Waterfront Trail

This is a bike tour I’ve wanted to do for several years, and we finally did it. 670 km in 9 days – not a marathon, but there were some very difficult areas, and the last day, on the Route… Continue Reading →

Le P’tit Train du Nord

The P’tit Train du Nord is a rail trail in Quebec which is part of the “Route Verte” bicycle trail network. It’s 200 km in length and extends through the Laurentian Mountains from Mont Laurier, through Mont Tremblant, to St…. Continue Reading →

SMCS Duke of Edinburgh 2009 Tour

This is a bike tour I was hired to lead in June, 2009, for a group of students of St. Michael’s College School in Toronto. This trip counted towards Duke of Edinburgh credits for these lads. This was a self-supporting… Continue Reading →

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