By Bill Manson, Dec. 15, 1994 | Read full article
If someone tries out a new recipe, she’ll bring extra along for the pool to sample. They trade videos, books, recipes, advice. It’s not uncommon for riders to lament their family difficulties on the morning run or vent about work in the evening, and Dorinna makes it clear that the group applies its collective wisdom. When Helen’s mother was dying of cancer, several riders decided to say rosaries for her on the commute for a few days.
By Tim Brookes, Sept. 12, 1996 | Read full article