Europe

June 11, 2015

What it’s Like and How to Try Learning to Speak and Comprehend German

On Sunday, I head to Germany for a week’s worth of travel through Berlin, Hamburg and Frankfurt to cover the Berlin Wall cycling trail, sustainable transportation, […]
April 2, 2015

8 Reasons Cyclists Need to Ride the Tour of Flanders

Originally published at Matador Network. 1. Because it demands the endurance of a wolf. Unless you’re riding during Sunday’s professional event, riding the Ronde is a […]
March 9, 2015

Lights! Camera! Switzerland!

My entry for Lights! Camera! Switzerland! in the maximum 1024 characters. Everyone has their Valhalla, a place that feels too perfect to be real. For me, it’s […]
December 5, 2014

Cycling Central Switzerland is the Trip of a Lifetime

Originally published at Europe Up Close. There is simply no better way to explore a new country than by cycling, especially when that country is Switzerland. […]
July 9, 2014

Riding The Ronde: Belgium’s Tour Of Flanders Cycling Sportive

245 kilometers? Cobbled climbs? No problem! For reasons beyond my comprehension, BMC Switzerland graciously selected me to join five other cyclists from across the globe to […]
June 13, 2014

Switzerland: Where The Grass Truly Is Greener

A few weeks back, laid out some initial impressions of Switzerland after about a week of travel by foot, bike and train through Lausanne, the Berner Oberland and […]