Saturday, January 26, 2019

Bike Blog Love - 7th Edition

It's that time of year when snowy, icy roads and paths keep my cycling to a minimum. But of course cycling is never far from my thoughts and is a perfect time to share my annual homage to bicycle bloggers. So, without further adieu, enjoy my collection - all new to me in 2018.

Florida by Bicycle
I identify with this couple, and while not yet retired myself, they downsized and moved to a simpler living situation and have learned that owning two bikes each is all they really need. Written from a female perspective, she's relearning to bike tour and camp all over again while setting off on solo journeys. Oddly, readers are unable to post comments. I would love to tell her how much I enjoy following along!

a new recyclist
An Australian cyclist who enjoys restoring vintage bikes. Blog posts are few and far between, but entirely worth the wait.

Bobbins, Bikes and Blades
Another Australian and avid cyclist, who also loves to sew and play accordion.

The Simplicity of Vintage Cycles
Follow this blog for classy restorations of beautiful vintage bikes.

Brenda and her husband are avid adventurers (admirably in their later years) who love to cycle camp in England. Brenda recently got an e-bike that has added dimension - and the ability to keep up with her husband - while maintaining distance to their sojourns.

Bicycle Kitty rides a pink bike! She loves group rides, distance, and stops for coffee. She lives near - if not in - Portland, Oregon. Check out her account of 2018 flat tires.

A busker who lives in Edmonton, Alberta, and commutes year-round. An infrequent blogger but, wow - what a collection of bikes!


  1. Thanks for the kind words and link to my site, Annie.

    I follow your blog as well and thoroughly enjoy your posts. Keep up the great work!

    1. I especially like your restoration of older mountain bikes - they're near and dear to me.

  2. I always enjoy your posts and am touched you read my blog. Thanks for linking me and for introducing me to some new blogs too.

    1. You're welcome. Always happy to pay it forward!

  3. Thanks for bringing these interesting blogs to my attention Annie....More for me to follow ha..ha...

  4. Thanks for your kind words about my blog, Florida by Bicycle. I've followed your blog for years, and it is one of my favorites! Like you, I have enjoyed sewing my own bike bags, and I've owned 2 folders that I found the perfect thing for travel by train, ferry, and taxi. But, most of all, thank you for sharing more blogs for me to check out and follow.

    1. Marsha, I thoroughly enjoy your new adventures and discoveries. Keep on riding and writing, and living your dream.


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