Once again we are thrilled to lead an exciting overnight adventure along the C&O! Remember, all you do is ride. We prepare great meals for you and haul your gear.
This ride is crazy. It’s cold. It’s so silly it’s fun! Join us at TBE on Sat. February 2 for a 9 am Groundhog Day Fun Ride.
As always, we had a fantastic time at our Spooky Spokes ride year.
For those of you who don’t know, this past weekend we enjoyed a riding and camping adventure on the C&O canal.
Come to The Bicycle Escape Friday, May 12th from 5:00-8:00pm for our Annual Bike to Work Day Pre-registration Party.
We had a great time at the Saint Patrick’s Day ride. We met at Brewer’s Ally then road the city streets forming the pattern of a shamrock.
This is an accomplishment worth celebrating! One can now walk, run, cycle, skate, skip or jump from The Frederick Fairgrounds, along Carroll Creek Linear Part, through Frederick’s beautiful Baker Park
As readers of Dirt Rag magazine have likely noticed, the Emmitsburg trails were featured in the latest issue.
Once again it’s time for the Annual Groundhog Day Fun Ride
On September 27 of this year, we were honored to be a part of the Lymphoma Research Ride, held by the Lymphoma Research Foundation.
Thanks to Mic for the great picture!
The Frederick Bicycle Coalition is proud to host Frederick’s Second Annual Ride with the Mayor event. Mayor McClement will join us as we ride from the gazebo behind the William Talley Recreation
I have the deal of a century for you (pun intended). If you join the Frederick Bicycle Coalition (or are already a member) you can sign up for any day of the Tour de Frederick for ONLY $35. You should join FBC anyway but now you would be doubly silly not too.
Congratulations to Aron who won this years big prize at Bike to Work Day. We hope Aron enjoys his new commuter bike. If you are not Aron that means you did not win the bike, sorry but fear not we will donate another bike at next years event. Good luck in advance!
This past Sunday was the Wild Goose Chase bike ride in Cambridge, MD. It is the first year I have done this ride. I went with my Single Speed Outlaw buddy, Maili and together we rode 25.2 miles. It was a beautiful and fun day. My Yipsan sunflower bike did great and attracted a lot of attention.
After a 14 hour drive and getting rear ended along the way Scott Quiring made it to the 2010 North American Handmade Bicycle Show with a smile and pile of beautiful bicycles.
Blood & Vomi
Originally uploaded by thebicycleescaWith rain behind us and the sun shining, I enjoyed a leisurely ride exploring country roads. Always aware that country roads sometime equal unleashed dogs, I kept my eyes open as I rode. As I approach a particular farm house I was on heightened alert.