“Come to Mama.” As a mom of two daughters, I’ve often said those words. Now, as the first Metro Atlanta Bicycle Mayor, I’m about to “come to MAMA” myself, as I prepare to email the […]
I was in the Metro-Atlanta city of Clarkston, Georgia (a city that serves as a resettlement location for refugees-of-war and is the most diverse square mile in the USA) when the news came out yesterday […]
I flip my bike over in the driveway where I’ve lived for 25 years here in Metro Atlanta, 900 miles away from where I grew up in Mineola on Long Island in New York, and […]
As a People for Bikes Ambassador, I am creating and sharing self-guided bike tours that are low-stress and welcoming. My listed tours include: Most Diverse City in the USA while Traveling at the Speed of […]
This Little Free Food Pantry speaks the universal language of kindness.
Meet YT. She is Today’s Nice Stranger. I met her while Traveling at the Speed of Bike in Clarkston, Georgia (the most diverse square mile in the United States). I used to do research and […]
So I’m about to kick off Year 4 as a League Cycling Instructor (LCI) with the League of American Bicyclists, and I’m curious about what’s next on this strange and interesting journey upon which I […]
And there I stood almost interminably, my bike laying at my feet, my head in hands which were now drenched with tears. I had wandered off the path while I was riding back to Clarkston […]