Traveling at the Speed of Bike tells the story about a woman — and a country — at a crossroads, and the power of trusting the journey. It’s a memoir that puts you face to face with humanity. It’s a movement that can change the world. (Fun fact: If you are interested in becoming a League Cycling Instructor with the League of American Bicyclists, this book actually documents that process.)
This quick-read book is available in paperback in the Bike Book Shop, on the social enterprise site, Better World Books; the indie bookseller site, Alibris; Barnes and Noble; and Books a Million; in addition to in both paperback and digital versions on Amazon in all global markets (links below).
As always, proceeds from sales are used to help more people (especially those marginalized) ride bikes. Thank you for your support.
If interested, see all of my published books here. They include a book about growing sustainable food (and lots of additional food-for-thought in a changing world); a book about living your bucket list (while still being home to meet the school bus); and a book of overlapping flash fiction inspired by original street photography, in a city — like mine, like yours — at a turning point.
Additionally, here is a Book Club Discussion Guide, and here is a virtual book reading from Chapter Two: The Bike in the Attic