Biking the Great Outdoors in Southern Ohio by bicycle is all fine and good except that at least one of your trips ends with a day of work.  Factor in less comfortable clothes, angry drivers and you have an argument for taking to the countryside.  Just today, however, while looking for a resource on Ohio’s rails to trails, which turned out to be a little out-of-date, we came across the source for relaxed riding in this region:  If you prefer not to draw petty distinctions between rural and urban, here’s another invaluable resource for the adventurous Cincinnati cyclist: the OKI Hamilton County Bike Map.  And while Stacked does not endorse the consumption of alcohol while riding bicycles, or in public places, I have to say there is no quite as suited for enjoying the country side like a nice, chilled bottle of Cycles Gladiator rosé.  I mean we’re talking Cezanne in Argenteuil enjoyable (try Shaker Trace or the outer reaches of the Loveland bike trail).  Not literary enough for you?  Take a book!  -e scripsi

Published in: on May 21, 2009 at 4:24 pm  Leave a Comment  

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