The new issue of my BikeBloom newsletter was just published on Medium. This is an excerpt. See the full 4-minute-read (and previous issues) here. Side note: The photo at the top of this post is […]
Start your day the fun way. Take a leap of faith. And get ready for a big week of stories here on TravelingAtTheSpeedOfBike.com from your Metro Atlanta Bicycle Mayor and League Cycling Instructor.
Just looking through some old photos and I found this incomplete collection of famous Atlanta bikey people (maybe even you)! Note: the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition’s Executive Director Rebecca Serna (third row down/second in) is the […]
Okay, so we’re at Day 17 here in the “You, Go, Girl!” series, where I promised you stories about 31 women throughout August who are making it more welcoming to ride bikes across the USA. […]
Do you know a woman who is helping make it more welcoming to ride bikes in the USA during what is now the biggest bike boom since the 1970s? Who comes to mind as someone […]
So I saw a headline on Twitter yesterday that went something like this: “More Young Girls Pregnant Due to Water Shortage.” Just let those incongruous words sink in a minute, and then read what I […]
My metro-Atlanta suburb-city of Dunwoody, Georgia (which became the newest city in the USA in 2008) is showing strong local leadership regarding the current global crisis. My hope is that city leaders continue to do […]
I don’t usually publicly endorse a local candidate, but I’ve been thinking a lot about my dear friend, Joe Seconder, who is running for City Council in the metro Atlanta suburb-city where I live. And […]