Category Archives: biking

Yes We Can – Have Safe Bicycling for All!

Biking is thought of by certain populations as an activity for rich or at least middle class people. They only see two groups. The first group is competitive cyclists, where people spandex up and purchase expensive racing gear. The second … Continue reading

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It’s All About the Little Things

As a volunteer or someone who does other activities in part for the good of doing them, it’s easy to feel under-appreciated. “Because it’s the right thing to do” only carries so much weight when you’re walking to the Metro … Continue reading

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Biking with a Baby-to-be on Board

Now that’s I’ve told pretty much everyone I know in “real life,” I have some good news to share with you, dear readers – I’m pregnant! It’s our first child and my husband and I are quite excited. But the … Continue reading

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Enjoying Winter’s Warmth

Warm winter days are always a treat, especially on weekends. We’ve had a series of warmer days this winter, but they’ve almost all been while I’ve been stuck in work. Going for a walk and having time to eat during … Continue reading

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Racking Up the Mileage Without Going Anywhere

While I occasionally break out my regular bike during the winter on nice days, much of my winter cycling is done indoors. I’ve tried a few different variations on stationary bicycling, and with everything in my life, I have Strong … Continue reading

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