Tag Archives: bicycle

October 12

Bikeonomics: The Economics of Riding Your Bike

WASHINGTON DC, October 11, 2012–  Step out on a weekday at 8:45 am on the intersection of U and 15th streets in NorthWest DC, and there are dozens of bicycle riders on the bike lane, waiting for their dedicated traffic light to change.  Some are dressed in suits, others more casually.  Some people are riding […]

October 08

Happy Bike

I see this bike every morning when I walk my dogs- It always makes me smile:  BIKE LOVE! Related articles Cycling in Lanzarote = WIN (mrdoocycling.wordpress.com) The 5,000km bike challenge (riotousassembly.wordpress.com) The terrible tyranny of two-wheel tribal wear (bikinginla.wordpress.com) When the Bikes Ride Everywhere (adventourcaucasus.wordpress.com)

August 30

Biking for Beginners: 10 Ways to Overcome Fears of Cycling in the City

WASHINGTON, DC 8/30/2012- I love my bike.  I choose my bike over my car at every chance I get.  However, things weren’t always this way.  When I finally started riding my bike over a year and a half ago, I wondered why I hadn’t done it sooner. FEAR.  Fear was my biggest deterrent. I hadn’t […]

August 19

How My Bike Changed My Life

From my column in The Washington Times Communities WASHINGTON, August 14, 2012 – I never thought I would make this statement but on a day-to-day basis, I would rather do without my car than my bike. Me And My Bike I have never been into exercising or fitness.  The only sports I have ever liked are those I […]