My commute home from work

If you haven’t been on the Atlanta Beltline (Belty), you may enjoy seeing what all the buzz is about. This is my commute home from work after leading bike tours, condensed to 25 seconds (with crazy music). I then ride through car-free Piedmont Park to the Arts Center MARTA transit station for a 15-minute train ride…

My commute to work

So I usually: pack my bike in the trunk and drive my car four relatively flat miles to the train station (because my suburb-city does not support true safe access-for-all and I don’t always want to take the risks required to ride my bike here), take the train (on which I can bring my bike…

Multiuse paths for “commuters”

Here’s what it looks like to “commute” on busy Ashford Dunwoody Road in the self-proclaimed “family friendly” metro-Atlanta suburb-city of Dunwoody, Georgia. Please note (and expand your definition if you haven’t already done so) that “commuting” includes: * riding to/from an office building for a corporate employee; * riding to/from meetings for a sales person…

Um, no thanks

Um, no thanks, to bikey scene #1 (which is precariously close to the exact spot where The Incident happened, by the way). Yes to bikey scene #2 (which is where I chose to go instead). Hint: If your city’s bike infrastructure doesn’t provide safe, equitable access-for-all in the fog or rain, or if it is…