From April 31st
This is a travel bike post. I was doing a trip with Sara, and her parents. The trans-atlantic flight came into Amsterdam, so we spent 2 days there before heading to Prague and then Berlin. On the Second day, we rented from Yellow Bikes and guess what we rode Yellow city bikes. We picked them up and rode them to the canal, where Sara did a Canal trip again that we did the day before. I think had an hour to ride by myself. I had brought my Garmin and hooked that up to the bike. The Garmin is great to know where you are at, the scene is not big enough to use it like a map. So I rode around on my front brake, and rear coaster brake bike. I could only get the bike to 17 mph since the gear was pretty small on it. I rode around and did a lap at Vondelpark which was near our hotel. On the way back to where the Canal trips started I went through a bicycle, pedestrian only road, this was very cool(Max Euweplein). The 3 story Bike Parking garage was a site to behold. After the Canal ride Sara and I biked to the Maritime museum that was still closed so we went to the next best thing the Heineken Experience :-) The paths were nice enough that Sara felt ok to bike on them, she was a little scared when we were in the city center, and you had tons of cyclists on the path, and some motor scooters. The most interesting thing that I didn’t see was actual cyclists. I saw tons of people riding bikes, but only like 5 cyclists on bikes doing a ride.