Bicycling through History

BICYCLING THROUGH HISTORY

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Conquistadors 1

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St. Augustine

The Lost Colony

Jamestown VA

Colonies & Voyages

Charleston SC

GW Birthplace

Fredericksburg

Barbados

A Pirate Story

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Early Amer Hist QUIK

The Frontier of 1750s

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French and Indian War

Fort Frederick MD

Boone & Batteau

Gen Braddocks role

C&O Canal South

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Revolution Part 3

Revolution Part 4

Revolution Part 5

Revolution Part 6

Revolution Part 7

Revolution Part 8

Revolution Part 9

Revolution Part 10

Revolution Part 11

Revolution Part 12

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Sunken Treasure

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The Reef at Looe Key

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underwater video person

Something looks fishy here.

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All this scuba diving has been a major distraction to getting more cycling video.

underwater video person

Our producer spends too much time scuba diving and going fishing with his buddies.

underwater video person

While cycling in the Florida Keys and searching for more pirate adventures, our crew became fascinated with the possibilities of Sunken Treasure.

The best way to look for it was get certified as an Open Water Diver. Of course our producer had to have the video camera with him.

He also went out on a variety of other sea going vessels and attended pirate festivals. We now have video clips online to preview.

Our plan is to provide a series of online videos to discover American History by going in a logical, sequential order.

These segments, which are being uploaded soon, show the sequence we suggest, however, viewers can obviously choose whatever they want.

  • Columbus - featuring the ship like the one he sailed to the new world.
  • Conquistadors 1 - featuring exploration of an island found by early explorers.
  • Conquistadors 2 - featuring ancient ruins that demonstrate what life was like in the 1500's.
  • Pirates - who tried to steal the gold and silver off Spanish ships on their way returning to Europe.
  • Sunken Treasure - featuring scuba diving to search the ocean floor in hopes of finding ships and their cargoes that were wrecked in storms.

Some of our online videos are OUT OF SEQUENCE. We will have to explain their significance LATER.

This is one of our favorite introductory rides - Washington, DC.

  • Manatee Springs - in Florida is a great place for scuba diving and snorkeling.
  • Devil's Den - is another place that is popular for scuba diving in Florida.
  • Snowboarding and skiing are featured that have little or nothing to do with history.
  • Sno Riders - is about the excitement of winter sports in the mountains of Utah.
  • Brian Head - is the resort area of southern Utah where a favorite shop is found.

Here is a video clip diving a clear spring in northern Florida.

Here is a video clip of a dive off the coast of Florida to search for treasure.

Try the ones listed below and then come back to visit this site again to see when we add more.



Schooner America: is a classic story told in a very classy way.


Ode 2 Sea: taken from The Pirates in Paradise Festival 2004.


Pirates in Paradise: a wonderful festival held annually in Key West.

  • Columbus - featuring a ship like the one he sailed to the new world.
  • Conquistadors 1 - featuring exploration of an island found by early explorers.
  • Conquistadors 2 - featuring ancient ruins that demonstrate what life was like in the 1500's.
  • St. Augustine - is where Ponce DeLeon came ashore to claim an entire continent for the King of Spain.
  • The Lost Colony - was first attempt by the British to establish a colony in what is now North Carolina.
  • Jamestown VA - was the first permanent English settlement in the New World in what is now Virginia.
  • Colonies & Voyages - traces French Quebec and Hudson with the Dutch while also showing lomg ocean voyages.
  • Charleston SC - has ample historic architecture and charm that is a pleasure to ride through on a bicycle.
  • George Washington's Birthplace - shows the farm where he was born and where his ancestors lived and died.
  • Fredericksburg - was George Washington's boyhood home & Winchester is where he had his first job as a surveyor.
  • Barbados - is an island in the Caribbean that has significant American history and has spectacular scenery.
  • Pirate Story - they tried to steal the gold and silver off Spanish ships on their way returning to Europe.
  • Our DVD series began by following the life of George Washington. The next links continue that sequence.
  • Summary of Early American History - provides a quick glimpse at colonizing.
  • The Frontier of the colonies in the 1750s - shows trails taken by George Washington.
  • A Fort in French and Indian War - features explanations and demonstrations of life in that time.
  • Montreal - Canada was an important area for early explorers and colonial influence, and it has great cycling trails.
  • A brief look at Ft. Frederick, MD - we need to show what these places look like today and discuss the current situation.
  • Boone & Batteau - shows starts the life of Daniel Boone and his travels as well as a Batteau Festival.
  • General Braddock played a role in the French and Indian War and his death is what gave more experience to George Washington.
  • C&O Canal South - documents two cyclists riding southeast from Pittsburgh past Harpers Ferry to WashDC via the C & O Canal.
  • There are many cycling trails that retrace the routes taken during the War for Independence.
  • Prior to Revo War - describes events leading up to the Revolutionary War and the early battles that took place.
  • Revolution Part 1 - shows the deliberations and voting at Independence Hall in Philadelphia.
  • Revolution Part 2 - has the early battles and severe challenges that faced General Washington and his Army.
  • Revolution Part 3 - provides insight to how the Continental Army evaded the British using what are now cycling trails.
  • Revolution Part 4 - has commentary from both British Commander Cornwallis and George Washington on tactics in war.
  • Revolution Part 5 - outlines more battles and adventures from the frontier west during the War for Independence.
  • Revolution Part 6 - covers several important aspects like Northwest Territories and the Battle of Bound Brook.
  • Revolution Part 7 - shows the progress from Valley Forge to Battle of Monmouth to Rhode Island and Nathanial Greene.
  • Revolution Part 8 - details the Siege of Boonesborough and some of the other events in the War across vast distances.
  • Revolution Part 9 - follows the action of the Southern Campaign across the Carolinas under the lead of General Greene.
  • Revolution Part 10 - gets to the culmination of the War from the Carolinas to the Siege at Yorktown, Virginia.
  • Revolution Part 11 - explains the subtle nuances of the British Surrender at Yorktown to the Continental Army.
  • Revolution Part 12 - offers overlooked facts regarding the time between Yorktown and the Treaty of Paris in 1783.
  • - Submerged stories show what the early colonists ate for supper. -

    Way Cool Reef Diving

  • Sunken Treasure - featuring scuba diving to search the ocean floor in hopes of finding ships and their precious cargoes.
  • The Reef at Looe Key - is a spectacular place for scuba diving or snorkeling as it is the actual location of some famous shipwrecks.
  • Sunken Wrecks - is our video showing scuba diving off Ft. Lauderdale where the Gulf Stream currents are really strong.
  • More clips will be added. This process takes time. Please be patient.

Some of our online videos are OUT OF SEQUENCE. We will have to explain their significance LATER.

This is one of our favorite introductory rides - Washington, DC.


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