Monthly Archives: May 2014
We had a chance to explore the TowPath trail at its gateway-the Harvard Avenue entrance in Cleveland. After our ride we decided we should have set aside a larger block of time- we had such a great time exploring the area. The trailhead parking lot was full of cars that Sunday, with plenty of cycling […]
The current temperature is- perfect for riding. The forecast for the weekend is-perfect for riding. We will be open until 5 pm today. We will be closed as usual on Sunday, and will also be closed Monday in observance of Memorial Day. Barberton will have a Memorial Day observance at 10AM at Lake Anna.
I have put in my request for sunny and 70’s for our ride to the ribbon cutting ceremony. We will be gathering at the Snyder Avenue Trailhead of the TowPath Trail at 1130 am, and will get wheels rolling at 12 noon. The ceremony is at 1230 pm. We hope you are able to join […]
Ergo handlebar grips. Manoplas handlz by End Zone. An ergo grip can help if you are having hand fatigue or numbness as they spread out the pressure on the hand. Some riders have found that you may need to play with the angle of the grip to get it just right for you. Wald Front […]
The outside temperature reads 79.8 degrees and sunny so I feel safe to post my update about my Schwalbe Marathon Winter Tires, without receiving too many groans. The tires have steel studs and can be run on low as well as high pressure. This versatility allowed me to have them on my bike until April. I […]
The foot bridge is now in place, as well as the plans for the ribbon cutting ceremony. The foot bridge is the pedestrian bridge to connect to the TowPath Trail by the Robinson Avenue bridge. We as well as several bridge walkers and cyclists watched the finishing work being performed on Wednesday. The ribbon cutting ceremony […]