Your city is losing money to elsewhere if it’s not welcoming to women-on-bikes. That’s a fact, Jack. Here’s what you can do right now today to change that.
This scared me (note: I used to do this regularly when I was in my 20s). But a sign on a building visible from the Brooklyn Bridge said You Go, Girl. So I did. (See […]
So I’ve been providing a little bit of input to the development of a course for people driving motor vehicles who encounter people on bikes in the Metro Atlanta city of Dunwoody, Georgia. The course […]
photo from the MurphologyPodcast Instagram So I get this email from a woman named Kathy Murphy who goes by the nickname Murph. She lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and she found me somehow through the […]
I’ve posted so much since the end of August (when this 31-day series concluded) that this series has gotten buried here on Traveling at the Speed of Bike. I want to give it another shoutout […]
I’ve been waking up to some really interesting things as the women I’ve featured in the “You Go, Girl” series have shared their stories with their networks. They are being amplified in police department networks […]
Meet . . . yourself. Meet the woman on the wall who sees you, who is you, as you are Traveling at the Speed of Bike. Meet yourself where you’re at in your life right now, […]
This was my fave piece of art at the High Museum in Atlanta, in the Folk Art section I visited often (via bike) and could look at it all day. it was large, enclosed in […]