Shortly after crossing paths today with many refugees-of-war in the most diverse square mile in the USA, I replied to a text from a friend who is going to my beloved New York City next week. […]
Passed this garbage can yesterday while Traveling at the Speed of Bike (on the first warm day in weeks). Wrote this on my Street Shorts micro-fiction site: It was the kind of day for shedding. […]
I heard about a bike rider who attached a pool noodle to his bike so drivers would give him enough room when they passed. I was having problems getting places safely on my bike as […]
I get to spend two mornings a week for the next three months in Clarkston, Georgia — the most diverse square mile in the USA, with refugees resettled from something like 50 countries. I’ve spent […]
If your city leaders are adding paths in the woods that are only “open” from dawn to dusk, they have just spent thousands of tax dollars on a purely recreational amenity that cannot be considered […]
Instead of singing, “It isn’t easy being green,” these Kermit the Frogs learned too late that it’s even harder to be a mural. So many murals I’ve photographed while Traveling at the Speed of Bike […]
It’s as easy as ABC to find things of interest while Traveling at the Speed of Bike. Here’s that time I literally found the ABCs.
You wouldn’t know it from the quiet of the Relay Bikeshare station in its shadow, but Mercedes Benz Stadium, where the big college football championship game is being played Monday (and President Trump is planning […]