When you provide safe access for bike riders, rain is not a problem (such as when I was Traveling at the Speed of Bike in Boston last weekend).
Yes, I found the bike lanes and bridges and community gardens. Yes, I found the art and the edges. Yes, I have answers, and even more questions, after Traveling at the Speed of Bike on bikeshare […]
I am helping my octogenarian mom a lot lately. We are crossing some new bridges in life. I am grateful there is a greenway not far from her home, and a bikeshare station (which is […]
So the whole dockless bikes/e-scooters/mopeds* thing is heating up rapidly on the streets and sidewalks of Atlanta. Companies that have descended upon our formerly-car-centric city in just the last month or two include Bird, Lime, Ofo, […]
This is Lerin. She was my student today. Lerin never learned how to ride a bike while growing up in New Orleans. She took a True Beginners class offered by the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition a […]
As I was zipping down the 2-way mostly* protected bike lane (cycle track) on the south side of Atlanta’s Piedmont Park yesterday on Relay Bikeshare, I did not know that the good news was about […]
I’ve announced my free “Pedal Power with Pattie” classes for the summer. I’ve chosen to only offer classes that have easy access to bikeshare. One of the upcoming classes is in a metro-Atlanta city named […]
This is Juliet. She signed up for one of my small-group classes (which require students to already be able to pedal on a bike) but then emailed me to tell me she had no skills […]