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Adding a little color to our bike rides

Lots of bicyclists hit the roads this weekend to enjoy the fall colors after a week-long deluge in the Pacific Northwest. Last week I headed out to Preston in search of fall foliage along the Preston-Snoqualmie Trail. This weekend I found the big leaf maples turning a brilliant yellow just a couple of miles from …

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Slow bicycling discovered — now everyone will start doing it

The latest edition of Bicycling magazine has a feature article on the virtues of slow cycling — “Slow and Sweet: The Quickest Way to Start Having More Fun, Eliminate Aches and Pains, and See More of the World Around You.” Now that slow bicycling has been identified as a trend by a major publication, I’m …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.bikingbis.com/2013/07/03/slow-bicycling-discovered-now-everyone-will-start-doing-it/