Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Bike Blog Love - 4th Edition

It's that time of year when I like to pay homage to other bicycle blogs. It all started with The Beautiful Bike Blogger Universe in 2011, continued with Bike Blog Love Challenge in 2013, and last year's More Blog Love. I look forward to reading your thoughts, what you may be tinkering with, and any planned adventures and goals fulfilled. We all have the power to inspire and share our love of cycling.

Without further adieu...presenting the 2015 list:

A Midnight Rider hails from coastal Massachusetts, retired and riding, videotaping, and delving into winter riding. John is a coastal wanderer and fellow coffeeneur.

Doug is a veteran blogger, who took a hiatus from writing, but he's back with renew vigor with Four Season Cycling plus a new venture: Steel on Wheels Forum. Doug rides year-round in Minnesota and has a myriad of bikes. Check out his maintenance free Gates belt drive winter commuter bike.

Bike Like Crazy-"whatever the weather", seems to sum up Bri's outlook on life. Bri is car-free and with an upbeat attitude, takes on winter with gusto in northern New York.

A Few Spokes Shy of a Wheel. Veteran blogger, commuter, and hiker residing in Washington D.C. region. I admire "Rootchopper" for setting yearly goals, sticking with them, and for his prolific writing.

Cycling Dutch Girl. Miriam has incredible wanderlust and is a happy, hardy traveler and camper, often spending years on the road with a few odd jobs every now and then to keep herself going. Her writing is tongue-in-cheek humorous and her photography, top-notch. She is master of the self-timed camera shot. Miriam opens herself to people she meets and is often invited into their hearts and homes. It's unbelievable the amount of stuff she can carry on her bike!

Endless Velo Love. G.E. lives in Colorado, has numerous bicycles, some custom, and is a thoroughly expressive writer. Her husband is also an avid cyclist and chimes in every now and then.

Bicyclist Abroad is an American living in Europe, tinkering, riding, and exploring Germany and the Netherlands. I love his black and white photography, now suddenly turned to color since the birth of his daughter.

Enjoy, dear readers, enjoy!


  1. Thanks for the list, Annie (and, for including me too). I'm always on the lookout for good bike blogs to read and I appreciate when others take the time to compile a list because it can be challenging to find good choices. So, thanks! :)

  2. Your so sweet. I have made quite a few friends by joining the coffee challenge. I have quite a few blogs that I follow regularly and without any hesitation can say the best blogging stories are from the bike people.

  3. Thanks for the shout-out. It's an honor to make you bike blog lists. While I took a break from blogging, my own blog reading list shrunk down to a very short list. Your blog was on my short list. Thanks for keeping at it.

  4. Annie, you're too kind. Best wishes, and long live the bike blog!


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