Editors' CommentsSharon Boyd & Dale Campbell
.... For example, in early December, I was talking with a co-worker about cycling and soon learned that he was also a member of CSCC. He was then telling me about a trip he had taken in the Netherlands (if I remember correctly) that was a multiday barge and bike tour. It sounded very interesting; so I encouraged him to submit a summary of the trip that we could share with our readership. As we may have mentioned previously, we’ll take anything from a bullet pointed summary with a couple of photos to a full blown detailed write-up of your travel adventures. There’s even a Travel Article Template
posted on the Clubs’ website
that can help you get started! Either way, we can always take the information and edit/repackage it for publication into the Club’s long running newsletter..
By the way, take a look at the newsletter archive on the website
and you’ll see February 1987 as the earliest edition of the newsletter. So, this edition starts the 28th
year of providing biking news and information for the Colorado Springs Cycling Club.
In this fist edition for 2015, you’ll find a number of articles, covering a variety of topics, from traveling on the Nachez Trace to information about upcoming rides and events to some perspectives of cyclists by non riders and riders alike. Enjoy the reading and let us know if you have any comments. We’re always looking for feedback that can help improve our efforts to keep the membership informed about the world of cycling that we all enjoy!
We’d like to offer a special thanks to the Club for recognition as the 2014 Volunteers of the Year (see photo accompanying this article). To be recognized in the company of so many other folks who have contributed so much to the Club in the past is truly appreciated.