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    Entries in cycling (3)

    Wednesday
    Jan012014

    Bike Posts

    Cycling has taken on a life of it's own, propelling me into broken up fears and stripping away the blocks that cloud the core of my truth. I am grateful, excited, and connected. Thank you Austin for a beautiful ride today...

    Sunday
    Jun052011

    We Came. We Rode. 

    Oscar Davilla got some great footage with his stickcam at the Lend Your Legs Austin bicycle ride with Social Cycling Austin last week. You can see my family in there! Thanks Oscar for putting this together. Good job kids taking that hill. Right on. 

    Tuesday
    May242011

    Lend Your Legs Austin

    This made my entire day. I follow the lovely April Dawne who bikes ALL the time, and she posted this today. I about fell off my chair, except I was in my bed computing, so that means - nevermind. Our family has been trying to figure out how to take our little Amariah who is functionally blind and has motor issues, on bikes rides with us. She is too big for the traditional kid carriers and to unbalanced to sit on a tandem. But this concept, this video,.. yah I totally cried. It is beautiful what Social Cycling Austin and Lend Your Legs is doing. *tear.* THANK YOU!!! Maybe we will meet you someday soon. You can join them in this wonderful experience too,...

    "We ride with students from the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired. The school owns tandem bikes for them to ride with their family and teachers. On Mondays, we pick them up and they ride with us. Everybody has a blast. "