At the tail end of last season, I did what I once thought I would never do: I bought a winter bike. For nearly a decade, I rode a crappy, 20-year-old single-speed mountain bike because, mostly, I feared riding a good bike. Winter in my city rust: salt, slush, muck and grime that eat components […]
When cyclist Keyonda McQuarters moved to Portland, she thought public group rides would help her break into the city’s bike scene. She was wrong.
Untokening Detroit is an opportunity for leaders of color and those from marginalized communities to come together in a space of support, solidarity, and healing to address mobility justice issues. To guide the vision and planning of this convening, we’re creating an Advisory Committee comp
We’re having some fun up here on the Olympic Peninsula. A small group of lifelong cyclists are inspired to start a school, Port Townsend Cycle School. Website coming soon. A permanent home is proving hard to find and we may decide to build ours. In the meantime, I’m going to start by teaching wheelbuilding classes …