Alpharetta

Unbeknownst to me, my 82-year-old mom purchased and generously donated a copy of my book, Traveling at the Speed of Bike to her local library in the booming metro-Atlanta suburb-city of Alpharetta, Georgia. I believe the intention was to make it available for her fellow citizens as that city is embarking on an ambitious bike-friendly network…

The excitement mounts

I rode by one of the Little Free Libraries where I left a copy of Traveling at the Speed of Bike for #FreeArtFriday last week. When I peeked inside, I saw that it was gone. Who is reading it? The excitement mounts . . . (If you’d like to peek inside the book, see here.)

As accessible as possible

There’s stuff in my book that could be helpful to communities everywhere, with a particular focus on safe-access-for-all. It’s no surprise, therefore, that I’m trying to make the book itself as accessible as possible. In addition to the books I’ve put in Little Free Libraries in metro Atlanta, I’m offering one free book in this…

“I couldn’t put it down”

Big thanks to the woman who spent Saturday night reading my book, Traveling at the Speed of Bike, from start to finish while her hubby was at a March Madness basketball game in Downtown Atlanta. I woke up to this message on Twitter Sunday morning. She has since put the book in the Little Free…

Basketball jones

The song goes, “Basketball jones. I got a basketball jones.”  And thanks to one city councilor where I live who made it his mission to bring back accessible-for-all public basketball courts to this city without one, there’s now a place that’s constantly busy, every time I ride by on my bike, with folks satisfying their…