the suburban trail
We like bikes. We sell them and we're in the suburbs. It's were we live and ride. On pavement, on dirt, on grass, in giant parking lots and the suburban sprawl.
It's a different experience than the crowded urban range, the busy street, the easily stolen ride. We ride the open road, not too open, but just open enough. Across town, could mean across multiple types of terrain: asphalt, concrete, grass, gravel, dirt, skate park, stairs. A stroll down to the corner market, or the local cafe can be had without ever encountering another car, or stop sign or stop light. There's time. Time to pause, to reflect, to sit on your bike and watch a deer cross the road.You can also ride forever.