Trailer Park Cyclist
"Life ain't that bad when you're happy with what you have." Tim's tagline says a lot about his take on everyday happenings and cycling. This Florida blogger has been around the block, but I've recently discovered his witty writing. Posts are few and far between so I tend to savor his rambling, lengthy posts. This is the only blog where I don't mind a lack of photos, because I'm absorbed in his lovely prose.
Ryan hails from Seattle and loves reconditioning old bicycles. Like Hugh, Ryan can't resist restoring old bicycles from yesteryear. He's especially fond of old Peugeots.
Randy & Nova ride Kansas's rail trails. Randy tends the blog, a variety of bikes for himself and grandkids, shares a house full of bike kitsch (he beats me in that department), and makes some funny videos. He likes bike movies as much as I do.
Georgie loves pedaling hills. Georgie loves sharing landscape photos. Georgie resides in the English countryside.
Chris rides dirt roads through little Texas towns and brews coffee in the wild, sometimes camping overnight in the most picturesque places.
Derrick at family//bike//words does occasional bike overnights (sometimes with his boys) and tinkers with his fleet of mostly black-framed bicycles. He's the only cyclist I've come across that rides at lunch time, often toting a thermos of hot coffee and eats his picnic lunch in an interesting spot. I love photos of his bicycles propped against Kentucky's farm fences.
Susan takes super photos of the natural world, especially when she's out tooling around western Massachusetts. She'd rather be cycling in France. (Me too, Susan.)
Rebecca covers a lot of ground with her interesting array of bicycles. Her blog is fairly new, but her clear writing and varied topics have gained Velovoice lots of readership.
Chasing Mailboxes D.C. is an upbeat and prolific writer and can endure mega miles on a bike. She, also, has quite a fleet of bicycles. Her Errandonnee and Coffeeneuring challenges are gaining in popularity.