Browsing Tag »cycling«
→ June 5, 2013
BufferEdmonton’s river valley is by far it’s most compelling natural attraction and one of its best kept secrets – even among many of the city’s own residents.
The great North Saskatchewan River snakes its way from the southwest to the northeast of the city, spanning an average of 300 metres across and creating some of the city’s [...]
→ March 30, 2011
BufferWhen you pack up your lives for a month and go anywhere, it’s a chore – even if you are escaping to somewhere warm and sunny from somewhere cold and wet and muddy and snowy and brown and…well, you get the picture.
There are so many things to arrange and finish and temporarily stop and fix [...]
→ August 7, 2010
BufferWhen we started summer camp planning back in February (seriously – that’s when I booked them in their first camp), I received recommendations for many camps. But one, in particular, stood out.
Pedalheads is a summer camp for cycling. And being an avid cyclist, I wanted the kids to learn. Several parents in our circle recommended [...]
→ May 11, 2010
BufferThese days, if I’m not helping my teenager learn how to drive, I can be found in a nearby field helping my almost 7 year-olds learn how to ride their new bikes.
I’ve been riding a bike for 40 years and, like driving, most of the skill associated with it is unconscious after that much time. [...]