This man, David Mathews, placed the newest ghost bike memorial in the USA this morning for a “fallen rider” named Andrew Whitlock who was killed by the driver of a motor vehicle in Atlanta just […]
Traveling at the Speed of Bike
Epilogue now available for free
I decided to make the epilogue available for free. The new cover of the book is live on Amazon in all global markets, and the quick-read book is instantly downloadable to any device via the […]
For one brief moment
I took this photo just yesterday while riding Sharey to show how barriers on multiuse paths could stop a motor vehicle from entering it, such as just happened last week in New York City, resulting […]
On the street where I lived . . .
I have often walked ridden my bike down this street before But the pavement always stayed beneath my feet before; All at once am I several stories high Knowing I’m on the street where you live […]
Hmmm . . .
Hmmm . . . I may finally have my final cover. A vintage-looking bike. A glimpse of female but no pink (I don’t do pink). Bricks that could be suburban or urban. “Trust the journey” […]
This is me and Schwinneola. I bought her for $74 at Walmart on Old Country Road on Long Island so I could have a bike to ride around where I grew up (Mineola, NY), so […]
Big ideas: trike share and chair share
Big idea #1: Adult trikes added to bikeshares all over the USA. Seniors, in particular, who used to ride bikes but may now be uncomfortable on a two-wheeler, love adult trikes and should be able to […]
I got the opportunity to go to the bowling alley where my friend and I used to ride our bikes frequently when we were around twelve (when we weren’t busy eating crinkle fries while ice […]