Monday, March 22, 2010

The Sunday Morning Ride

It wasn't long ago that a cyclist could go out for a ride all Sunday and not see a single car.
Things have changed here in New England. Now that stores are open at noon and shopping being America's nomber one sport, we at least have the morning free from traffic.
For the most part, back roads can be enjoyed for car free riding and stopping on the road side for a break and a photo opp.
Our area is covered with beautiful rolling hills that never have you climbing for anything longer then 3 minutes. We are lucky to have roads that lead to spots that have history and great views. Although farm land is shrinking in size over the years, there are still beautiful spots that give you the feeling of what it must have been like 100 years ago.
For anyone who has not experienced riding here in Southern New England, I suggest it. A spectacular vacation could be planned visiting our home turf and seeing first hand what you read about here in this blog. Contact the Blog for rides that you wont soon forget. Hope to see you soon!

1 comment:

  1. A hundred years ago you wouldn't have had a recumbent to ride! Shopping may be the #1 American pasttime but I think it maybe "riding around in a car"! RECUMBENTS RULE!


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