Took the opportunity

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. Took bus to bike to Boston (where the sun started setting at 3:30 during my bike ride to the hotel!)….

Give it a shot

So I came upon this scene while Traveling at the Speed of Bike in LA (yet again) and was reminded of this simple truth:  If there is something you think you can’t do, maybe just give it a shot. You may be surprised by what’s possible.  

Jump on (final week in Atlanta)

It hasn’t even been a year and Jump e-bikes (owned by Uber) is leaving Atlanta. You’ve got one more week to try them out, specifically to see if you might want to invest in your own e-bike or encourage your community to include e-bikes in its existing or upcoming bikeshare fleet. I have ridden Jump…

Who stays? Who goes? Who tells the story?

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 cities of Atlanta, Los Angeles, Boston, and New York (where I even visited Alexander and Eliza Hamilton’s graves), and the…


Just got home from a week in LA visiting my older daughter. I need a minute to adjust.

Malibu burning

This is Malibu, California from when I was Traveling at the Speed of Bike there earlier this year. It is currently burning out of control. My older daughter lives in Los Angeles, and my heart is breaking into a thousand pieces every time I check the news. She tells me she’s fine. But what’s happening…

Say what you want about L.A.

Say what you want about Los Angeles — but the place is built on a grid, which is pretty much a bike rider’s dream layout, and there’s a frickin’ ocean. Plus, my older daughter is there. Which makes it awesome. I. love. it. Cannot wait to go back. See related post.