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Steve Wartenberg of The Columbus Dispatch writes an article about the new printed Ohio to Erie Trail Maps.
It is great day at I Got A Bike! Be sure to check out a new article by Susan Glaser, Travel Editor for The Plain Dealer. New map helps bikers navigate the Ohio To Erie Trail; plus, GOBA deadline approaches … Continue reading
The spring has been long in coming. There have been a couple nice warm days but it has been so windy that our bikes remained parked and covered in winter dust with nearly flat tires. Saturday night we went to … Continue reading
Welcome to April Fools day and the start of our Official Cycling Season here at IGotABike! It has been a particularly snowy and bitter cold winter and Guy and I are both really excited about the upcoming bicycle season. The … Continue reading
I found a great article MT. BIKERS vs EQUESTRIANS: An explanation of horses to bikers – written by a biker and recommend it highly. This article is written with a specific focus on mountain bike trails but contains outstanding information … Continue reading
Guy and I were delighted and honored to be interviewed by Diane Lees and featured on The Outspoken Cyclist Radio Program to discuss bicycle touring on the Ohio To Erie Trail. Diane’s radio program, The Outspoken Cyclist, is a 1-hour … Continue reading
Ha ha! The only problem is we don’t have fat tire bikes so snow shoes is the next best equipment for navigating the Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath. Unless you prefer … Continue reading
When navigating with The Ohio To Erie Trail Printed Maps take note of the bridges and use them as landmarks. Understanding when the route goes over or under a bridge, or over a road at surface level can help you … Continue reading
The mileage marks on the Ohio To Erie Trail Printed Maps can help you to calculate the distance between trail towns and other locations on the route. Mileage marks are indicated by red arrows. The distance, in miles, between two … Continue reading
The Ohio To Erie Trail Printed Maps were designed to be easy to use if you are traveling north to south or south to north. The map panels and the accompanying text was created to be useful regardless of your … Continue reading