South Korea Cycling Destinations: Danyang

It's been a minute since I've updated this blog. Sorry about that, but, you know, busy and other things, and life and COVID and all that. But from now on I will be back on it, and I'm starting with a new little series focusing on specific locations from which you can experience some really... Continue Reading →

Legal Advice in Case of Crash

In early April I was struck head-on by another cyclist on the bike path along the Han River. The rider was passing three people just before he planned to make a left turn, but did so without looking ahead. The result was a displaced fracture of the scaphoid bone in my left wrist that occurred... Continue Reading →

Carbon Fiber Repair in Seoul

If you're like me, you're prone to crashing your bike. And if you're like me, when you crash, you crash hard. The consequences of crashing are pretty obvious to most: concussions, scrapes and bruises, broken bones, etc. To fix these things visit a hospital and take some rest. But about damage to a carbon fiber... Continue Reading →

Around Samcheok Ride Fest 2019

This past weekend I was in Samcheok, a nice little town on the east coast, for the third annual Around Samcheok Ride Fest, which is an event aimed at contributing to local tourism, as Samcheok is often neglected by tourists for its more popular northern neighbors Donghae, Gangneung, Yangyang, and Sokcho. The so called 'Ride... Continue Reading →

Cycling Laws in South Korea

Something I have often wondered about is what the official Korean cycling laws actually are. It's the kind of information that can be hard to come by but important to know, especially for someone who crashes as often as I do. I want to say thank you to my friend Kevin for breaking down the... Continue Reading →

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