Sunday, March 24, 2013

The Venetian Causeway

We took a ride over to Miami Beach. The Venetian Causeway is a popular bicycle commuter route that connects Miami Beach to the mainland. It lived up to its popularity as a pleasant route for a bike ride. It is flat. Traffic is light. Bike lanes are adequate. The views are appealing in a cozy old-Miami way.


I liked the fact that the VC pops you into Miami Beach right at the Lincoln Road Mall area. Which for me is H&M shopping. This is a very good thing. I really like H&M's fast-fashion clothes.

A dog enjoying the view from a Venetian Causeway bridge.

It is easy to see why this is a popular route for bicycle rides.
I'm going to be off the bike for a week or so. I did something incredibly stupid and managed to sprain my left hip. Yes, it surprised me, too. You can sprain a hip. More specifically, I did a number on my hip flexor (iliospsoas). Right now, I can pedal quite nicely (thank you very much). Walking, on the other hand, isn't so good...


1 comment:

  1. The hallmark of a true cyclist! You can still pedal, but not walk. Same thing has happened to me! I hope you recover quickly!

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