Noodle Lady song!

I’ve been getting texts and emails from so many people of a recent pool noodle article. Thank you for thinking of me and BikeNoodle*! And, big shout-out to Annalisa van den Bergh (fellow noodle aficionado), as well as the original pool noodle visionary, Warren Huska. For anyone who hasn’t seen this, someone gifted me a song…

Tastes like champagne

I shouldn’t share this location with you . . . but I will (revealed in video above). These are called serviceberries (or June berries, although they are ripe in May here in Atlanta). They look like the love child of a blueberry and cranberry, and they taste like champagne. Here’s another: If interested, there’s a…

Turning point

A motley group of us showed up at Dunwoody City Hall yesterday to ride to lunch with the mayor*. The event was part of National Bike Month and hot on the heels of City Hall’s proclamation about the importance of bike riding in our metropolitan Atlanta suburb-city (both of which were spearheaded by my friend,…

Lemonade Days!

Today kicks off the two-day Local Author Book Tent at Lemonade Days, the immensely popular annual festival in the metro-Atlanta city of Dunwoody, GA. Come snag a copy of Traveling at the Speed of Bike! I’ll even be in the booth tomorrow (Sunday, 4/28) from 4-5 PM if you want to say hello! Not local?…

Free book club discussion guide

If you’re looking for a book club selection for Spring, Earth Day, Bike Month, and beyond, consider Traveling at the Speed of Bike. Its free Book Club Discussion Guide (below) takes it far beyond bike riding.

Bye, Instagram

And so, that’s that. I posted my last post on Instagram. I’ll leave the feed up in case there’s something anyone finds helpful (such as previously-posted photos of #BikeNoodle, #TodaysNiceStranger, the #ArtOfBikeRiding, #AStreetcarNamedAspire, and #TravelingAtTheSpeedOfBike). I am moving forward in new ways now. I’ll keep posting here on this blog, and I hope to see you…

Enjoy the night

Here’s free Tip #4 for you (see the lights I bought, use, and love). See Tips #1, #2, and #3 on my Bonus Resources page. Want tips in person? Check out my classes.

Wait for the red car

Wait for the red car in the video above. I am using #BikeNoodle (which sticks out two-and-a-half feet/about .8 meters from my back bike rack and which the driver did not hit) so that’s actually a legal distance away (unless the three-feet/one meter legal-passage measurement is from the handlebars, which, now that I think about…