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. […]
Words fly at me while I ride. Sometimes I capture them. My next found-space art exhibit with 7 MPH is titled Poems at the Speed of Bike. I’ve just started pulling it together. Stay tuned […]
I didn’t intend to go by the middle school where 300 trees were cut down this week to make room for artificial turf. I had driven to the park (since I don’t ride my bike […]
Listen, I know what it takes to navigate city streets safely on bike. So the fact that Robyn Elliott and her amazing tour guides at Bicycle Tours of Atlanta do this day in, day out […]
In November, I am going back to Mineola, NY, where I grew up in the 1960s and ’70s*. It is a two-square-mile village (nothing fancy, mind you) built on the flat, grassy plains of Long […]
I pass a man often (including last week, pictured) while traveling at the speed of bike whom I nicknamed Skinny Santa years ago. He served as the model for a repeating character in my overlapping […]