“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.”-Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
A motivational mantra for cyclists and all those struggling for equal rights and justice.
(photo of: lead rider, […]
How about that Pope Fancis? He’s got open minded views on homosexuality and civil unions. He’s traveling around the world preaching for peace. Now he’s in the disaster laden Philippines […]
This week biking in NYC got some love (coverage) in the local rags.
AM NY had a cover story Monday about how the bike sharing program has been inordinately successful and surpassed expectations.
First Summer of Citibike Exceeds Expectations By: Ivan Pereira September 15th, 2013
New Yorkers have certainly done their “share” […]
Just to follow through on a story I’m sure we are quite glad is over, Lance Armstrong.
Lance went on Oprah last week in an attempt to play ball with the United States Anti-Doping Agency and lift his life time ban on competing in endurance sports. Instead he did a lousy job of 1) […]
More often these days I find myself using the smart phone in conjunction with my bike commute. It tends to come in handy as a navigation tool, a weather forecaster, and an entertainment system for podcasts like my daily Democracy Now! or my favorite DJ mix on soundcloud. Now we all know cycling is […]
It’s memorial day and the last weekend of Bike Month. Here are some biking events going on:
Special thanks to Mellow Yellow of criticalmasspanic.blogspot.com for much of this info.
Also check the Bike Month site for more info on events this weekend.
Friday, May 28th You’ve probably heard about the disaster British Petroleum has […]