Many cyclist folks will tell you not to go near the discount department store bikes. Many bike shop mechanics will sneer at you when you bring in your cheap-bike-from-China to have its brakes adjusted (which […]
The last resort for those without a place to sleep in Atlanta used to be the Peachtree-Pine homeless shelter. You could go there if other places wouldn’t take you, for whatever reason. People have strong […]
I rode Sharey the bikeshare bike by the park where I used to give a woman without a home named Shari half my Sweet Auburn Curb Market wrap, right when a string of emergency vehicles […]
This. This. This. I pass this mural often while Traveling at the Speed of Bike. I stop my bike and stand in front of this. I feel the energy and anger and passion and purpose […]
We are taking back the night. We are taking back our right to go places without chaperones, without worry.
My kingdom for a simple water bottle holder on your bikeshare bike! I’ll overlook all the weird idiosyncracies of your system if I can just have that. I prefer to carry a large metal water […]
You may see my book promoted out there while riding on the MARTA train or driving on the most dangerous highway in the USA (I-285/Perimeter Highway in metro Atlanta, Georgia). Then again, you may not. […]
My metro-Atlanta suburb–city won’t listen to a mother when she says that roads are unsafe for the majority of its citizens to ride their bikes. Tilly Mill. Pointy the Bike Lane. I could go on […]