I have been an active biker in USA since the summer of 2015, thanks to the wonderful trails. I own a  Raleigh Misceo 2.0 which has been quite a good bike for paved roads, crushed limestone and gravel road. This pages is a gist of some of my travels in USA.


I was introduced to biking in the city of Berkeley, where I biked from the university all the way up to Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. While the scene itself is scenic, it is a hard climb, especially when just starting biking. My hardest ride however was from the city of San Francisco to Palo Alto, where we struggled with the hilly roads and the heat. I definitely have come a long way from there (no pun intended).

Slumped after biking uphill. The climb from UC Berkely to LBNL is quite steep and it was the very beginning of my biking hobby.
That annoyingly happy looking face soon faded away as we toiled to bike 40 miles from San Francisco to Palo Alto.

Great Allegheny Passage

The summer of 2016 was one of the most eventful one for my physical self, with me biking 330 miles from Pittsburgh to Washington D.C. I had trained for over a month prior to the main trip. We completed the whole trip in five days, covering an average of 60 odd miles everyday.
I chronicled our travel in my blog article here in case you are interested.

Beginning of the bike ride at Pittsburgh, with a clean bike and high spirits.
End of bike ride at Washington D.C, with a completely muddy bike and high spirits.