There’s nothing more I can say or do in the place I’ve called home for twenty five years next month (and all 12 years since it became the newest city in the United States in […]
So I rode with a friend yesterday morning in the park. We met another woman and all agreed that a recently-built “privacy fence” for a new low-density (?) gated community directly lining the path creates […]
Fires. Floods. Disease. Daily barrages of bad news. It’s heavy, and it’s wearing on us. It’s wearing on me. My bike rides are my path forward to the change I want to see; my prayer […]
So I needed a new car remote battery and rode my bike last week to Toyota in a neigboring suburb-city, which would have been impossible without BikeNoodle because it was batsh*t crazy out there with […]
Traveling at the Speed of Bike in Decatur, Georgia, USA yesterday looked like this. Concrete-protected two-way bike lane in front of a high school. Separated side path. Pop-up planter-protected two-way bike lane. Not perfect, but […]
Join me virtually as I’m Traveling at the Speed of Bike on the stunning and newly-expanded multiuse boardwalk along the Chattahoochee River in the City of Roswell, Georgia, USA.
For me as a woman alone on a bike all over metro-Atlanta, this kind of pro/con risk assessment happens all day long. In this situation, I was in Clarkston, Georgia, the most diverse square mile […]
I took this photo just yesterday while riding Sharey to show how barriers on multiuse paths could stop a motor vehicle from entering it, such as just happened last week in New York City, resulting […]