Month: October 2017

The Tipping Point

I did a stupid thing Tuesday. I had great intentions of squeezing in a Me-Mover ride at a time of year that starts to limit those chances. I loaded up the truck, rushed to the Ironton Rail Trail’s loop, and got ready to race the setting sun. From the parking lot I chose, I usually

First Month’s Recap

As the remains of Tropical Storm Nate give the Lehigh Valley a much-needed soaking today, I thought it would be a good time to reflect on my Me-Mover progress to date. Just 39 days have elapsed since my exploratory first ride in Bicentennial Park, yet it feels like so much longer. In that time, here’s


I have caught an incurable case of Wanderlust from my Me-Mover! Today’s plan had been to do a 7 to 8 mile ride on an “easy and flat” trail in an attempt to build endurance over my typical 4 to 5 mile rides thus far. But once I had my Me-Mover loaded in my truck

Exploring the Slate Heritage Trail

After my successful outing on the gravel D&L Trail last month, I found myself thirsting for more adventure as my confidence in my Me-Mover grew. The Slate Heritage Trail is a short spur off of the main D&L Trail in Slatington, PA. Due to its challenging conditions, I had biked it but never Trikked it,