Every year about right now I have this vulnerable feeling like, “Maybe no one will join my Atlanta Bike Challenge team for BikeTober.” And as an introvert, this is not a good feeling! But every […]
This is the exact spot where I was yesterday when the news was announced that the killing of an innocent black woman, in the privacy of her home, was not a crime. And so now, […]
As I was riding a new Model Mile path in my region this week (and taking my usual daily Leap of Faith), I thought about the provocative Georgia Bike Summit I attended online last week […]
In just three months, more than 200 people have downloaded or participated via daily text in the class I created to provide basic bike skills education remotely during this global pandemic and the biggest bike […]
I had an hour between sessions at the Georgia Bike Summit and I hopped on my bike and zipped to the supermarket (aware of my privilege to have one so close by and to be […]
I just ordered this Birdie alarm device because a dangerous-by-design feature has recently been added along the multiuse path in the parks in my city that creates specific new vulnerabilities especially for women and girls […]
Fires. Floods. Disease. Daily barrages of bad news. It’s heavy, and it’s wearing on us. It’s wearing on me. My bike rides are my path forward to the change I want to see; my prayer […]
This. This. This. See GlobalBike’s impact page here. This is what I want to do. I am working towards it.