One of my favorite times in Washington, D.C., is when the cherry blossoms reach out to say hello to all of us. Another is when these delicate petals fall, leaving a […]
“Sometimes you’re the lead guitarist, thrashing through power chords with a raw energy and other times you’re in the back with the tambourine, beating it against the front of your […]
A week of freezing weather fostered some icy ambience in the city. We’ve all been out taking cell phone pictures of the Potomac River’s icy overlay on our bike commutes.
This week begins a new series of posts called “On Writing & Riding,” and is titled after Stephen King’s book “On Writing.” On Writing & Riding features some of my […]
Can you believe it? Two full years of Friday Coffee Club. Thanks to Felkerino for starting it all, and to #bikeDC for keeping it going strong. Happy 2nd Anniversary, Friday […]
For the second consecutive year Megan, an active member of the #BikeDC community, hosted the Hains Point 100 to raise money and awareness for the Washington Area Bicyclist Association’s (WABA) Women & Bicycles […]
Bikes! Chai! Artsy concept bike racks! BikeDC cameos! Knitting! Today’s Coffeeneuring Challenge guest post from BikeDC’s own @jerdlngr has a little bit of everything for your entertainment. Enjoy!
Today’s post is from Lisa, a Takoma Park, Maryland, rider and coffeeneur. When she mentioned that her 39-mile coffeeneuring ride this past Saturday did not quite go as planned I […]
I still find it hard to believe that it’s been over a week since the government shutdown began. After two days of riding my Bike Friday Tikit, I left it […]
In my very first ride report about the WABA 50 States Ride I described it as a 65-mile ride that feels like a daily commute that keeps on giving. At […]
The WABA 50 States Ride is fast approaching (this Saturday!) and it’s important to be ready for the District’s ultimate concept ride. Are you? Before you answer that question, I’ve […]
Like that, everyone is back in the city. Congress gears up and the tourists recede. I forgot so many people work here. Spectacular weather means an explosion in fair weather […]
We’re back with Part 2 of the Summer Bike Sampler. All the bikes that follow were seen out and about in the Washington, D.C., area. One day this summer I […]
One of the reasons I love living in Washington, D.C., is because it is a destination city. Every day my path intersects with tourists who are out and about, taking […]
Do you ever have commutes where you feel like you are in the middle of an urban obstacle course? Dodge this! Veer around that! Watch out for the crazy driver! […]