Mixed use

In addition to already-planned classes in the metro-Atlanta cities of Dunwoody, Norcross, and Decatur, I am also in discussions about offering a free basic bike skills class for women with two mixed-use developments right in the heart of Midtown Atlanta—Atlantic Station and Colony Square (pictured while Traveling at the Speed of Bike). These are both…

Women

If you are a woman new or returning to bikes, I got your back. I invite you to peruse my site (including bonus resources), check out my book, and come to my free classes (currently offered in metro Atlanta). Feel free to contact me. I will do everything I can to help you feel more comfortable riding…

Checking public bathrooms

Just so you know, this is what many women do every time we use a public bathroom alone (for those who even choose to do that) so that we are not attacked, raped, robbed, or otherwise harassed or hurt. Please note we are not in a standing, ready-to-run position while using the facilities, so safety…

Lock in your date (updated)

I’m a big fan of just putting stuff out there and trusting the journey, so here goes. I’m donating one free semi-private class for women new or returning to bikes each month throughout May 2018 (after which point, big changes are happening in my life). My fingers are crossed that bikeshare will come to the park…

I’m “routing” for you! (Updated with the maps)

Have you made it a goal to get back on bike in 2018? Have you heard all the positive buzz about how bike-friendly the City of Atlanta is becoming but don’t know where to go? I’m rooting for you! Or, should I say, routing, as I’m working on a series of route maps for anyone…

Big hairy audacious goal

Hmm . . .  I sat and watched a steady stream of bike riders go by on the Georgia Institute of Technology’s campus today. It is a Gold-Level #BikeFriendlyUniversity with 8% of its population using bikes as transportation (which is high in the USA), according to the head of alternative transportation, with whom I was…