My recent bike students were from Venezuela; the Democratic Republic of Congo (via a refugee camp in Uganda, where I was supposed to be right now); and Liberia (via a refugee camp in Guinea). See […]
You may be or know someone this Christmas morning who is among the many getting new (or new to them) bikes during the biggest bike boom since the 1970s. Fun fact — learning to ride […]
I have just a few more things I want to share with you in 30-second quick-tip videos and have been waiting for the right rubber-hits-the-road examples while I’m Traveling at the Speed of Bike. Last […]
Meet Diana. She was my Pedal Power with Pattie bike class student yesterday. She is from Venezuela and moved to the United States alone at age 16. This is the first time she ever rode […]
This. This. This. See GlobalBike’s impact page here. This is what I want to do. I am working towards it.
(Skip ahead to the paragraph starting “Anyhoo” if you just want the lowdown on McDaniel Farm Park. These first few paragraphs talk about Metro Atlanta multiuse paths in general. ) There are piles of paved multiuse […]
(photo courtesy of Jackie Marchand) Meet Jackie Marchand. She is the owner/operator of WomanTours, a women-only bike tour company that offers fully-supported multi-day trips both in the USA and internationally, designed for women of all […]
(photo courtesy of Irene Lutts) Meet Irene Lutts. A founding member of Quincycles — a bike advocacy organization in Quincy, Massachusetts — she recently got to know her hometown in a whole new way. Irene […]