Even though he was born in Belgium, Bilal Ghomraoui has a strong connection to the United Arab Emirates. Ghomraoui lived in Dubai for 13 years growing up, and refers to it as the closest thing he has to home. Continue reading “Why Bilal Ghomraoui Cycled from Brussels to Dubai”
Suzette Wanninkhof received a postcard from her brother, Patrick. Patrick had sent it while in Ohio during a cross-country charity bicycle ride in the summer of 2015. Continue reading “Suzette Wanninkhof Cycled 8,000 Miles to Honor Her Brother”
Instead of riding a bicycle alongside traffic on congested roadways or adding to the air pollution problem in a car, now commuters can bypass the cars and utilize greener transportation alternatives, riding on elevated paths above the endless stream of automobiles. Earlier this month, the world’s longest elevated cycling path opened in China in an effort to alleviate transportation issues in Xiamen, China. Continue reading “World’s Longest Elevated Cycling Path Opens in China”
Rich Seipp would long for the weekends growing up. These respites gave him an opportunity to get out of town and cruise around on his bicycle, passing through endless miles of English countryside.
His passion for cycling continued to play a big part in his life once he grew up, and it’s something he has also passed down to his 11-year-old son Tom. Continue reading “Father and Son Bond Through Passion of Cycling”