Yes. Good. On we go.

This bikey thing is starting to really add up. My first year as a League Cycling Instructor, I was paid to teach seniors-on-trikes and an earn-a-bike class for youth-in-need (plus a few bike rodeos for kids). My second year, I donated these classes with proceeds from the sale of my latest book, Traveling at the…

What access-for-all looks like

This is what safe-access-for-all looks like. This woman told me that she has trouble walking and this folding e-trike is her mobility device. The protected bike lane, which connects to both Piedmont Park and the Atlanta Beltline (and beyond), makes the city accessible. (And I love how she scans over her shoulder for the approaching…

Classes for those on trikes and bikes

I was pleasantly surprised to discover that the City of Decatur, Georgia’s Active Living Department chose to use this photo of mine in its latest playbook of class offerings to promote the Silver Spokes seniors-on-trikes class that I co-taught last year. I am thrilled to hear that class is continuing. Seniors-on-trikes is very close to my…

Hub of information

There’s a “hub” accessible only to League Cycling Instructors (LCIs) on the League of American Bicyclist’s website, and an LCI in Denver asked if anyone was making money from teaching. I shared how I was hired by a city to teach Seniors-on-Trikes (plus other classes). The city had purchased the trikes, so I showed up and taught….

Seniors-on-trikes recommendations!

I taught seniors on trikes this entire past year. You may want to consider offering this empowering, transformative, and fun course to seniors in your city as well. Perhaps my attached document would be helpful to you. (Note: I don’t specifically identify what trikes to get — I strongly recommend you work with a local…

Free seniors-on-trikes resource

Seniors. On trikes. It’s the future, I’m telling you. After a year co-teaching a class called Silver Spokes for the City of Decatur, GA (a certified Bronze-level Bike Friendly Community), I am templating my recommendations (to include the vision and experience of the founder of this class, Tracie Sanchez, as well) for scalability to organizations…

Moving on

After a year as a Bike Ambassador in the bronze-level Bicycle Friendly Community of Decatur, GA, where I co-taught bike rodeos, an earn-a-bike course for youth-in-need, and our beloved seniors-on-trikes, I am moving on and am thus ready for the next opportunity to serve my metro-area or national bike community. As always, I’m trusting the…

Biketober!

In honor of Biketober, I have some special offers and opportunities! (1) Traveling at the Speed of Bike: This quick-read book is yours for the unheard of price of just 99 cents for the first week of October! (Warning: it may move you in ways you don’t expect.) (2) Atlanta Bike Challenge: I’m championing a team…