The Herald-Sun October 7, 2004 DURHAM — Gene Mayhall of Durham writes in to say that he and his wife have ridden their bicycles on greenways — linear parks — all over the United States and even Canada. “Durham’s American … Continue reading
Phillip Barron The Herald-Sun Sep 21, 2004 : 9:32 am ET DURHAM — The new American Tobacco District could be a great jump-start to revitalizing downtown Durham, but several things need to happen to realize its potential. Right now, Durham … Continue reading
The Herald Sun September 9, 2004 Ruth Coppinger, a post-doctoral researcher in Duke University’s Pharmacology Department, rides her bike 8 miles from the Woodcroft area to work nearly everyday. When asked why she chooses to ride, she says “I like … Continue reading
The Herald-Sun Aug 24, 2004 : 9:25 am ET The 2004 summer Olympics in Athens have already seen some exciting race results in cycling. After leaving the Tour de France because of a back injury, Tyler Hamilton won the United … Continue reading
Phillip Barron The Herald-Sun August 10, 2004 12:10 pm DURHAM — When I was a kid, riding a bicycle with multiple gears was something for adults. My blue banana-seat cruiser had only one gear at the rear wheel. I admired … Continue reading
Phillip Barron The Herald-Sun July 28, 2004 9:10 pm DURHAM — I ride a bicycle for many reasons. It’s healthy — riding my bike for an hour to and from work every day is a reasonable workout. It’s fun — … Continue reading
Every other Thursday, I’ll be writing a column on bicycling for the local paper, The Herald-Sun. How much fun will this be?!?