I’ve been meaning to write you about my new daily escape through the city – from the lowest part of D.C. to the top of
I’m fond of my active commute routine. My regular commute to work is predictable, pleasant. Over the years I’ve devised a sweet route that minimizes
Over our many years together, the relationship between my Bike Friday Tikit and me has been nothing if not tumultuous.
I find the bike riding population in D.C. to be eclectic and interesting. I talk to a lot of people, sometimes I don’t get their
Every time I post one of the Women BikeDC interview series I feel proud to be part of the women’s cycling community. No matter the
Buses align Ohio Drive, one after the other, and block my once-daily view of the Potomac. Large chatty groups of tourists swarm the National Mall, oblivious
As I was assembling my recent post about 12 months of running in D.C., I realized that I wanted a memory of the past year’s bike
As a child, I spent part of my summer days taking swimming lessons. My sister and I would walk with Jeff, the neighbor boy, to the bus
Last week someone asked me how many bikes I own. I generally deflect this question because anyone who is surrounded by bad influences (I’m looking
To be a driver behind a cyclist. Today is a bike tour rest day for Felkerino and me, and it coincided perfectly with an op-ed
Lifehacker recently posted an article called the Cycling Commuter’s Daily Bag that essentially emptied out a bike commuter’s pannier. Curious, I looked through the items listed and
You know those people who say “My favorite part of my day is my bike commute?” Yeah, I bet you do. They’re giving me a
Today, many places are celebrating Bike to Work Day in an effort to inspire more people to ride bikes. Unfortunately for those who may have
This past month I participated in 30 Days of Biking, a challenge to ride one’s bike every day in April. In all, I rode 28
Whenever we hop on our bikes, we not only expose ourselves to all sorts of elements, but we also come face to face with other bike riders.
Present is a space I don’t occupy well, especially in the city. My bike takes me places while my mind calculates where I’m going and