I wrote a Young Adult novel named Spokesgirl about a teenage osteosarcoma survivor who learned to ride a unicycle, thus changing her life and the lives of those around her. That was years ago. Recently, […]
So sometimes I need to ride in my suburb-city because I’m trying to ride every day for the #Biketober Atlanta Bike Challenge (Team “Trust the Journey”!) and I can’t always get into much-more-bike-friendly Atlanta. I […]
They say to do something every day that scares you. You’d think that would mean “taking the lane” for a bike rider. But for me, that’s not the scary thing. The scary thing on a […]
“Not all who wander are lost.”
So the derailleur on Attica was pulling up when I backpedaled, such as when I’d stop at a light and try to get my pedal into “power position” for optimal takeoff after the light changed. […]
I click on the Obama Foundation Fellowship application and two questions smack me in the face. I spend the next week thinking about them while riding my bike before I apply. I know it’s a […]
Folks who read my book are usually surprised at all the God mentions, perhaps because they didn’t realize I’m so spiritual since I’m not religious. Bike riding, in fact, is a prayer to me. It’s […]
Poems at the Speed of Bike from 7MPH are being featured throughout October at Gallery 26 on Belty.