(photo courtesy of Irene Lutts) Meet Irene Lutts. A founding member of Quincycles — a bike advocacy organization in Quincy, Massachusetts — she recently got to know her hometown in a whole new way. Irene […]
(photo courtesy of Vivian Ortiz) Meet Vivian Ortiz. She is one of two people Alison Dewey recommended I feature on this “You Go, Girl” series showcasing women across the USA making it more welcoming to […]
We are carrying so much trauma right now, in so many ways. Bikes help. They may even fix things — not all of them, but maybe enough to keep you (and your city) going. I […]
People driving. Walking. Riding bikes and buses. Taking the T. Sharing a common space, a common wealth, as public space has priceless value. This is the new and improved Commonwealth Avenue in Boston, Massachusetts, where […]
Took train to plane to NY. Took bus to train to Mineola. Took the opportunity to hang out with my dad and stepmom. Took my dad to do the last thing on his Bucket List. […]
American Chinatowns are going down, fading away one building at a time*. You know this, right? There was even a whole article about it in The Atlantic just recently. So, needless to say, I made […]
Pro tip: always carry a bungee cord!
There is a line in the musical Hamilton that says, “Who lives? Who dies? Who tells the story?” In the past five weeks or so, I’ve been Traveling at the Speed of Bike in the […]