Riding Down Route 66
Critical Mass: Albuquerque, NM
A City Cycled: To alert or not to alert →
acitycycled: Okay people, feedback time. Where do you stand on the issue of alerting another biker that you’re about to pass him/her? When I first started riding regularly about seven months ago, I never did. This is because one time a guy passed me and yelled out “on your left” before doing so and it…
Gawker is blogging about ally cat races →
“How are they gonna keep ‘em down on the cubicle farm once they get a load of FUCKYOUOUTTAHMAHWAY?”
high heels & two wheels: Day 130: Where it gets... →
highheelsandtwowheels: After my 23ish mile trek this weekend, I decided I really want a road bike. But I really don’t know if it will make a great difference in the ride. My brother tells me long rides will be much more enjoyable than the ride from my hybrid/commuter bike. And since he is being lazy getting me…
red19: I’m not sure when my bike ended up in my bed. But there is chain grease all over my duvet cover.
highheelsandtwowheels: Not going anywhere further than my bike can take me today. Safe travels to everyone else and Happy Thanksgiving!
Note to self: don't get seconds.
highheelsandtwowheels: I’m staying here for Thanksgiving, eating with friends. I decided to plan a really long bike ride for the day after. I’ve never been more than 10 miles in one outing, so we’ll see how far I get. I’m sure I’ll be cursing all the stuffing and turkey I’ve had the next day as I’m sucking wind and my legs are sore.
high heels & two wheels: Why can't we all just get... →
highheelsandtwowheels: “Expansion of Bike Lanes in City Brings Backlash” There was only one valid argument against bike lanes by opponents in this article, that they take away parking spaces for delivery trucks. And that was only a few business owners. But everyone else, I don’t understand; especially in NYC…
A City Cycled: Cranksgiving - The Recap! →
acitycycled: On Saturday I took part in my first Cranksgiving, basically a charity scavenger hunt/race all over Manhattan. Overall the experience was great, but as is always the case with cycling here, it had its ups and downs. Because everyone loves reading about stuff that already happened, below are some…
The campaign, titled 'Don't Be a Jerk,' will... →
acitycycled: Insert joke about Batali having to ride a cargo bike here. All kidding aside, a good article from the Journal that essentially says everyone (cyclists, peds, drivers, cops, DOT) needs to do a better job for cycling to be a way of life here. I totally agree.