On Toronto’s 100th day of coronavirus lockdown (in Stage 1 of reopening), we marked the occasion by cycling to IKEA and picking up some patio furniture.
We did this bike ride in February 2020, less than two years after Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano erupted and lava covered 35 square-kms of land in the Puna area. It turned out to be our favourite ride on the The Big Island!
We cycled east from Hilo to the beaches in one afternoon at a leisurely pace with lots of breaks for sightseeing, relaxing and watching the turtles. Yes, the reward for making it to the end of Kalanianaole Ave is turtles!
Our first day in Hawaii was a crash course in taking the Hele-On Bus! We also saw our first black-and-white sand beach, found some petroglyphs, and discovered how unrelentingly steep Hilo’s streets are en route to our AirBnB.
Everyone says you need to rent a car to tour Hawaii, but not us! Despite The Big Island’s extremely limited transit system, we’re going to do a combination of cycling and taking the bus.
In our very first post – Building Our Bromptons – we outlined all of our Brompton-building decisions. Now, seven years later, here’s a follow up post to comment on the good and bad decisions we made regarding our Brompton set-up…
Rain capes rock! We think everyone—whether you’re cycling to work or cycling across the world—should be equipped with this handy, compact piece of rain gear. To help you decide, we compare the Cleverhood to The People’s Poncho.