The Tosa Spokesmen – who are they??

“All Weather is Good Weather” If you have ever been on a group ride or some charity ride in Southeastern Wisconsin, you’ve probably seen one of these jerseys: The Spokesmen are a loosely organized group of riders from (wait for it…) Wauwatosa who get together just about every day, 365 days a year, to rideContinue reading “The Tosa Spokesmen – who are they??”

October 13 Networking Ride wrap-up:

If you like riding your bike in 66 degree sunny weather, this was the ride for you. About 16 (?) riders started, but we lost one early on to a broken spoke.  Those with intact wheels enjoyed about a 36 mile stroll through Lake Country, probably within a week of peak Fall colors.  Just aContinue reading “October 13 Networking Ride wrap-up:”

Hundreds at the Littmann Loop ride on Sunday

A very long weekend.  Went to Jeff Littmann’s service on Saturday, and skipped the last WORS race to take part in the Littmann Loop memorial ride on Sunday.  I rode to the ride from my house, and I was a little overwhelmed by emotion on the way there.  The church service the day before wasContinue reading “Hundreds at the Littmann Loop ride on Sunday”

Jeff Littmann Memorial Ride – this Sunday

From: Doug Wambach @ Chiropractic Partners Cycling “I can’t explain the sadness I feel for what has taken place in the last week.  I have gotten to know Jeff quite well this year and feel that I’m a better person for that.  Obviously this hits all of us hard as he was a very popular personContinue reading “Jeff Littmann Memorial Ride – this Sunday”

Personal Lubrication time!

Time for a massage! I haven’t had one since about 3,000 miles ago, and I don’t remember when the last one was before that.  I take really good care of my bikes, but it’s funny how I put care of my body way down on the list; somewhere between lawn mowing and sump pump maintenance.  MassagesContinue reading “Personal Lubrication time!”

“Cold symptoms”… leg warmers, jackets and full finger gloves.

Not quite ice fishing season yet, but that cool Lake breeze and 45-50 degree temps will definitely wake you up at 5:30am. Cool enough for leg warmers and sleeves, but warm enough to feel just right once you’re warmed up.  Normally, this would feel much warmer, but I’ve really become pretty accustomed to our 80Continue reading ““Cold symptoms”… leg warmers, jackets and full finger gloves.”