Naples Cyclery, a bike shop that cares

Posted by on Feb 11, 2014 in General | No Comments

Naples Cyclery and Fit & Fuel Bicycle Cafe It’s more than an experience . . . it’s an adventure!     813 Vanderbilt Beach Road, Naples, FloridaNaples, FL 34108 Whether you are that person who has mildly entertained the notion of once again getting on a bicycle, you are an experienced bicyclist or anything in between including […]

Bicycling a Tune Up for the Whole Body

Posted by on Dec 9, 2013 in General | No Comments

A good friend forwarded the link below regards to the many benefits of riding a bicycle, even as few as 20 miles a week will do your body wonders. Hope you enjoy reading this as much as I did. http://oopsmark.ca/science-behind-cycling-makes-us-happier/ Do you have a question about bicycling? If so, contact me via my new “Question […]

October 8 Exploring New Orleans

Posted by on Mar 6, 2013 in General | No Comments

Distance 12 miles, 1:25 ride time, actual time 4:45. Today’s Expenses $74.75 Have you donated to National Multiple Sclerosis Society yet? If not here is the direct link to my profile page where you can make a donation and end the world of MS: http://main.nationalmssociety.org/site/TR/Bike/KSGBikeEvents?px=1782261&pg=personal&fr_id=20078 your donation will make a difference, please help. Thank you. […]

Treat yourself to high performance athletic socks, made in the USA, while supporting the Ozark Region, National MS Society

Posted by on Mar 12, 2011 in General | No Comments

Frank has long been an advocate for supporting the MS Society.  His most recent adventure is this summer when he will bike across America to raise awareness and financial support for this debilitating disease.  To further promote his ride across America, Frank has personally designed high performance athletic socks with the National MS Society logo so […]

The “Old Guy” Gets a Tattoo

Posted by on Mar 3, 2011 in General | No Comments

Frank’s Tattoo September 12, 2009 Have I lost it or what?  No!  I wanted to make a statement about myself and life as I see it.  At 63, I got my first and most likely my last tattoo.  Yes, it hurt a bunch to have done.  I carefully selected a tattoo artist whom I trusted to put […]