Meredith's post on the Handcar Regatta reminded me that some of you might be interested in my daily ride. This is a TourEasy recumbent bike from Easyracers and it's how I got to work this morning.
You see, I was an avid cyclists right up until the age of 16 1/2 when I got my drivers license and set my beloved 12 speed Fuji Grand Tourer aside. 13 years and 40 pounds later I decided that I should not let my 30th birthday pass without making a change.
So I purchased a Univega touring bike, which was a decent enough bicycle, put pretty damn un-comfortable. In contemplating the issues of comfort and cycling I recalled seeing a story on the news about David Gordon Wilson, an MIT Professor who rode an odd looking bicycle to work called a 'Recumbent' . . .