“Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of riding a bike.”
President John F. Kennedy
Woo Hoo! Yay! Congrats on your accomplishments in 2016! Now then, let’s get busy and have a blast on our bikes in 2017! To get the wheel rolling, go ahead and renew your HRBike membership for this year. Also, below are a few of the on-going HRBike events with a brief description and a contact person. Please use this list to learn more about how HRBike can help you have fun on your bike in 2017!
Saturday Club Rides – a variety of ride leaders, routes & paces. Denny Elston, HRBike Ride captain
Tuesday Night Social Rides – longest standing club ride, with social pace & distance. Joe Capezza, leader Continue reading
We hope cycling in 2016 was fun, and wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Looking back at 2016, what helped make the journey fun and safe? Here’s some suggestions for gifts, gadgets & gizmos received in answer to that question:
Jeff Albro bought his wife, Jill, a new bike and outfitted it with a mirror & computer. Jeff says any cyclist would also appreciate tire changing spoons, multi-tool, CO2 inflator, and inner tubes. Continue reading
Faith. Family. Friends. Food. Home. Health. Job…
This month we celebrate Thanksgiving. During this time we like to focus on the things for which we are thankful. Relationships with our families and friends are probably on the top of this list, and because this is a bike club newsletter, most likely cycling is way up on the list of things you are thankful for too.
So many of you have shared your love of cycling with your family, friends, neighbors, co-workers and have helped them to find what they enjoy most about this sport. Recently, a really amazing way of helping folks to get interested in using and enjoying bikes came across my desk…
HRBike member, Chris Calatrello is helping some of his clients by getting them road worthy bikes to serve their basic needs for transportation. Chris, has started a crowd-funding campaign to raise money to buy bikes, components, safety equipment, etc., for his community mental health services clients. Continue reading