If you want to wear skirts and dresses while riding a bike (which I do), then wearing simple shorts underneath makes sense so you don’t need to worry about flashing the world. But that’s just […]
There are those of us who like Traveling at the Speed of Bike as transportation to actually go places, and we’re big advocates of wearing “regular clothes.” However, if you ride often, you learn some […]
They say that a flashing light catches motor vehicle drivers’ attention more than a continual light (although, frankly, you’re sh*t outta luck if a driver is impaired or distracted, but that’s where route selection, some […]
FYI, I have 3 private classes scheduled through the rest of 2018 (feel free to bring a friend for FREE, and you two can split the cost), if you or someone you know in metro […]
Hey, it’s the little things, right? But actually, this bike bell is fairly important (and this bike didn’t have one yet). It is etiquette to give audible signal when passing someone via bike on a […]
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 […]
I’ve been keeping a little file of body-camera shots while riding bikes in metro Atlanta. You can view it here. The photos will eventually be their own art project somehow. In the meantime, you may […]
I’m excited to announce I’ve launched a new daily online newspaper featuring the latest bicycle news from all over the world. It’s called Traveling at the Speed of Bike Today. Check it out!