I’m participating in the Atlanta Bike Challenge, which runs the month of October. Join my team! It’s named Trusting the Journey (see here — it’s in Pool K). Our team has no pressure, no rules, […]
I love this photo. Look how relaxed and happy my friends Kartapreet and Nedra look. We were all just riding bikes down Peachtree Street during Atlanta Streets Alive. We ran into each other. We rode […]
It’s amazing how nice things become when you take motor vehicles out of the mix and you just let humans loose. Bravo to Atlanta Streets Alive yet again for giving back our public spaces to […]
There is usually a crowd here, but today, no. Some big football game, I hear, may be calling folks elsewhere. The trail stretches out in front of Attica and me, sun dappling through the tree […]
Remember how much fun it used to be to ride your bike? Wanna get back out there and feel that freedom again, or thinking about biking to school with your kids, bike-commuting to work (even if […]
The only constant is change. This public sculpture is now gone. A new one by the same artist (the extraordinary William Massey) is in the works.
Beautiful moments like these happen when you empower seniors to get back on bikes (in this case, trikes). Here is our latest Silver Spokes* student during her third weekly lesson, connecting with a young mom […]
It’s always cool to pass the enormous mural of Civil Rights icon, John Lewis, on Sweet Auburn Avenue, and it was especially nice as part of Bicycle Tours of Atlanta’s Journey for Civil Rights Tour. […]