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We Americans revel in the colors of the autumn — an experience commonly associated with the northeastern section of the country — on the cusp of summer’s transition to fall. Yet, leaf peeping isn’t just an endeavor for visitors to the Northeast. Indeed, Oregon and California have their own leaf... Continue reading
Posted Oct 18, 2019 at Found By Bike
When I have to be up for an early morning dog walk, I try to make something for breakfast that is satisfying, filling, and tasty, and has protein, fiber, and good fats. This egg on avocado toast is all that. It gets me going and sustains me longer than other... Continue reading
Posted Nov 3, 2018 at Luvs Good Food
Now is the time to ride California Highway 1 on the Central Coast, before the road is open to cars! Continue reading
Posted May 25, 2017 at Found By Bike
In California, the rains have stopped and the season for century riding is in full swing. April's event calendar is huge and the riding is beautiful. Make sure you're ready to ride with the following seven tips. Then, check out the different rides that follow this list! Disclaimer: Some of... Continue reading
Posted Mar 31, 2017 at Found By Bike
Crystal Springs Reservoir sparkles from Sawyer Camp Trail This week, we have a repost from the Bay Area Bicycle Law blog by Michael Stephenson. Michael is a trial lawyer specializing in bicycle accident lawsuits, insurance negotiations, and other strategic planning. His legal writings have been featured in the Portland Business... Continue reading
Posted Mar 9, 2017 at Found By Bike
Winter rainstorms keeping you off your bike? You can still keep a measure of fitness, even if you and your road bike aren't on speaking terms at the moment. Don’t sing the Blues when the rain begins -- these days are a opportunity to experience different activities through crosstraining. What... Continue reading
Posted Jan 27, 2017 at Found By Bike
If the 2016 election has taught us anything at all, it was a lesson that change starts in your own community. Affecting positive change can be fun, it gets you out into the world around you and doesn't need to be expensive. Giving back to your community is a way... Continue reading
Posted Dec 15, 2016 at Found By Bike
A race for food -- Cranksgiving San Jose brings in the goods for Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties Continue reading
Posted Oct 28, 2016 at Found By Bike
Small living space? Store your bike with these 10 innovative solutions that don't involve putting it on a patio. Continue reading
Posted Oct 13, 2016 at Found By Bike
With autumn here, winter around the corner, and the impending time change coming soon, we at Cycle California! Magazine and Found by Bike have some easy ideas to help our year-around bike riding readers to start prepping their bikes for cold weather riding. Winter riding? Start prepping! Some of these... Continue reading
Posted Sep 15, 2016 at Found By Bike
For this week, Found by Bike returns to the San Francisco Peninsula, but this time, we’re going to visit a long time favorite: Hidden Villa. For those of us who lived nearby, Hidden Villa was an oasis with a forest and trails that went from the farm up into the... Continue reading
Posted Sep 8, 2016 at Found By Bike
When three-day weekends pop up, our family usually stays at home; it makes for a more relaxing weekend. That doesn’t mean, however, that we don’t go anywhere on a three-day weekend. Au contraire! We make our journeys a little closer to home and one of our favorite place to get... Continue reading
Posted Sep 1, 2016 at Found By Bike
You've been a bike rider for years. You even do something the rest of the world is just catching on to: You use your bike for travel, the ultimate form of eco travel or green travel or ecotourism; these are pretty much all the same term for mindful travel. Think... Continue reading
Posted Aug 25, 2016 at Found By Bike
August is the time of year when families are together again after the busy summer, school is in session (or starting up), and there isn’t much time during the week to get out on a bike. It’s a great time to #OptOutside. In Found by Bike's continuing effort to think... Continue reading
Posted Aug 4, 2016 at Found By Bike
In May of last year we visited Graeagle, California, in the northern Sierra Mountains courtesy of the Eastern Plumas County Chamber of Commerce. This year, because we were going to the Sierra for the Death Ride, we thought we'd make a detour and come back for more adventures. This area,... Continue reading
Posted Jul 14, 2016 at Found By Bike
During a convo with a source last week the term "sharing economy" came up. Although sharing economy is a fairly new term (and the meaning seems to be changing), bartering goods and services is not. Enter couch surfing as a way to barter for lodging when you travel. The concept,... Continue reading
Posted Jun 16, 2016 at Found By Bike
After a circuit around Crater Lake, we motored to south to Klamath Falls. Klamath is on the "sunny" side of Oregon characterized by high desert; the forested slopes of Crater Lake National Park were a distant memory as we headed south to Klamath Falls along Oregon Highway 140, which as... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2016 at Found By Bike
While enroute to follow a different story, I rolled across a bike route that takes people from downtown San José to the city’s Eastside area. Unlike most of the east-west roads in the city, there are no freeway on- or off-ramps to cross, so bicyclists aren’t fighting with high-speed traffic... Continue reading
Posted Apr 14, 2016 at Found By Bike
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