There’s not much to complain about when you live in SoCal. The weather is perfect, palm trees greet you in every direction, and the lovely Pacific hugs the coastline. Even though the beauty is apparent in the grand view, hidden gems are easily overlooked. Whether you live in Southern California or are only visiting, the best way to explore (and appreciate) its charm is through riding a classic cruiser bike. Get your classic cruiser bike ready to explore the best beach paths in…
Paige's tip at Long Beach Bike Path
Top 3 Beach Bike Paths In Northern California
There is no doubt that Northern California is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise. The lush green scenery, the sparkling Pacific, the woodsy surroundings, the abundant lakes and rivers, and the bustling urban cities all make it a gem. One of the best ways to relish in NorCal’s beauty is undoubtedly by experiencing it on a vintage beach cruiser. Whether you prefer to ride along the beach, in the city, or inside the woods, there are plenty of bike paths to enjoy on a beach…
Redondo Beach bringing down the wall to make way for new bike path
On Tuesday, Nov. 4, the wall separating The Strand in south Hermosa and Redondo Beach will be coming down.
Tips for Traveling to the Beach with an Infant
We went to Miami for our first family trip! It was over a month ago but I’ve been so busy that I never got around to writing a post about our trip… until now. I’ve FINALLY gathered my thoughts and have some tips to share with other new mommies out there who want to go to the… Read More
Tips for Taking Baby to the Beach
Are you taking baby to the beach this summer? Our mom blogger shares her eight tips to make it a successful trip for the whole family.
Defense helps Huntington Beach top Long Beach Wilson
HUNTINGTON BEACH – Before Friday’s game against unbeaten Long Beach Wilson, Huntington Beach Brett Brown insisted that record aside, he liked the way his defense had been playing. If he…
The Path of Saint Dominic»
Subtitle Body During the Jubilee year, different groups of pilgrims will visit the places connected with the life of Saint Dominic and the foundation of the Order, especially in Spain, France and Italy to explore “The Path of Dominic". This is a way of entering into contact with the sources of the Dominican spirituality and charisma. Therefore, the Coordinator of the Jubilee, in collaboration with the…
100 Years of Surfing in Huntington Beach
Read about the history of Huntington Beach and how the first surfer started at Huntington Beach Pier to see how we earned the name Surf City USA.
10 Books To Bring To The Beach This Month
The month of August typically finds us scrambling to check off everything that remains on our summer bucket lists. Grilling, road-tripping, picnicking, and—of course—beaching. On weekends and days off now through Labor Day, you can bet your bottoms that we’ll be down at Jacob Riis Park or Brighton Beach, soaking up whatever sun the summer has left to offer Along with sunscreen, delicious sandwiches, and inconspicuous…
The 10 Best Bike Paths In America
Amsterdam: This Is How Bike Paths Are Born
20 Best Bike Paths in the West
Get to know these Western routes the way the locals do―on two wheels
10 Great Picture Books for the Beach
Use this favorite summer activity to spark interest in books.
The Lions Top Laguna Beach 28-18
In heading down to Laguna Beach the Lions were prepared for a scrappy game that the Breakers were certainly able to deliver. In a quaint setting with a beautiful sunset the crowd worked it’s way through the twisted roads and food trucks and settled in for a game where the Lions took an early lead and tried desperately to shake Laguna off it’s tail. The defense was put to the test as the option offense of the Breakers left tthewny possibilities on each…
WTF: What's That Apron Around the Bike Path?
Anyone who's been down to Burlington's Waterfront Park since spring sprung has likely noticed the sweet new stretch of bike path on the park's northeast side: s
How to: Pass properly on a bike path
Q: The bike lanes and trails in my town are becoming flooded with fellow cyclists, which is great. I’m no racer myself, but I’m faster than many of these new riders, which can lead to some interesting moments—there seems to be no universally accepted passing etiquette for cyclists. What’s the best way to handle this A: I’ve been on both ends of this, waiting patiently to pass a slowly swerving cyclists in front of me, and on the receiving end of a few…