My active time as the first Metro Atlanta Bicycle Mayor as part of a global consortium with the Amsterdam-based social enterprise BYCS is now over. My final two months in pro-bono service (my term ends […]
The Glory of a Safe Place for Children
So I get this email from a woman named Elina Ishchenko. She is the Ukrainian founder of a sustainable children’s furniture company named Two Giraffes. Would I be interested in interviewing her? Yes. Yes, I […]
One Day, or Day One?
Every morning, you have a choice. I know conditions sometimes make it hard to choose starting to ride a bike, especially in many places in the United States. If it’s something you want to do […]
Let’s Get This Party Rolling!
If you live in one of the more-than-50 cities that already have these wave delineators or other pop-up bike lane barriers (or are in a city that is agile and able to act quickly to […]
World Bicycle Day Was An Olympic Event
World Bicycle Day this past Thursday turned into a global team sport as bicycle mayors around the world posted photos of themselves or others waving on bikes, tagged #RollingWave across social media (most abundantly on […]
And So Ends National Bike Month
Hi, everyone! Today ends National Bike Month in the USA. I now officially pass the rolling wave to Canada for their National Bike Month in June, and to the world for World Bicycle Day on […]
Another Type of Rolling Wave
As we take photos of ourselves (or others) waving with our bikes for the worldwide #RollingWave* social media campaign for World Bicycle Day June 3, I want to also highlight a different type of rolling […]
Join Us in a #RollingWave Across North America, and Around the World!
I’ve partnered with the Canadian Bicycle Mayors and we’d love you to be part of the fun as we welcome more people to the bike movement during the USA’s National Bike Month (May) and Canada’s […]