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Just a spoke or two

FEATHER IN MY CYCLING CAP ...


One last tidbit worth noting from my magnificent Belgium adventure. The five-part series that I authored for my blog has been published online by Trek Travel, the Wisconsin-based touring company that I utilized for my cycling vacation. The fact that this top-flight organization, which has been offering bicycle trips throughout the world for more than twenty years, has provided my writings to a wider audience is pretty darn amazing.


If you'd like to view Trek Travel's presentation of my work, please go to trektravel.com, click on Stories, and then scroll down to "Guest Feature: Fabulous Flanders 2024."


CHANGING GEARS ...


As many of you know, my blog has always been an outlet for expressing my passion for riding a bicycle. In my more than five years of posting an article just about every Friday, my goal has been to offer entertaining and informative postings — striving to never duplicate or be boring. As a part of that process, I enjoy and have fun generating meaningful thoughts, without it being a burden to come up with topics on a weekly basis. This has never been the case, and I want to keep it that way.


For that reason, the every-week frequency of my blog postings is coming to an end. I'm not declaring that my just-completed Belgium series of stories is anything close to a swan song for Pedal2Page, but it seems like an appropriate time for a change.


When I have something to say which is connected to the wonderful world of bicycles — like a book review, the discovery of a new route, a pleasurable ride with friends, etc. — then it will find its way into words and will be made available for you to read. Just like now, my postings — when they do occur — will only show up on Friday mornings.


Lastly, I just want to thank all of you for the loyalty you have shown toward my cycling blog. You are the main reason I keep putting into words about how much fun it is to ride a bicycle. Stay safe!


One last photo from Belgium. A triumphant trio at the end of the We Ride Flanders event in Oudenaarde.

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I just want to say thank you for the window into your passion! The last time I rode a bike I was delivering newspapers. That said, I have enjoyed and looked forward to your blog because of your passion and remarkable storytelling.

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