photos courtesy of Mike Flueckiger Are we surprised that this little boy, sporting his bike injuries 60 or so years ago in a little town in Indiana, grew up to become an emergency room physician […]
I can barely put in words the amount of kismet that has been involved with my crossing paths with these two people (including yesterday for the first time in person, in an absolutely miraculous moment […]
“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 […]