So the mayor of New York City is strongly recommending bike riding instead of taking the subway as a way to reduce the possibility of spreading coronovirus (although he hasn’t yet increased safe access for […]
So here is the windy-day photo my 86-year-old dad took of me two weeks ago standing in front of something like 100 Citibikes in New York City between the two historic original buildings of Metropolitan […]
Today is the 30-year anniversary of when I moved from NYC to Atlanta (my fiancé followed 2.5 months later, as my hubby). Mixed feelings. I’ll always wonder “what if we had stayed in NYC . […]
People in my beloved New York City just held a die-in rally to protest the rise in bike rider deaths there. I rode there most recently in April, and, as usual, I tend to have […]
Yikes. I’ve given you too many downer stories in a row*. Okay, here’s a good one, and, like all good stories, it involves ice cream. I was Traveling at the Speed of Bike on the […]
So I fell upon this sugar-sweet explosion of commissioned street art spitting distance from the most somber memorial in New York City and my first reaction was, “Oh, have we hit peak sad and now […]
Truth? I’m back in ATL, but not. Thank goodness I have some Fall in Love with Atlanta bike tours this weekend because my heart is still somewhere on Avenue D right now, I think . […]
I’m offering a free bike class for women in New York City on Tuesday, April 16. Feel like a kid again. Here are details. Registration required.