Where I live right now is one of those small cities where no one uses a bicycle, or few enough to say no one. I Continue reading Going somewhere?
Several years ago I wrote an essay entitled: “On Helmets”, it was an exploration of why some professional cyclists still hung on to the practice Continue reading On Helmets, Part II.
R+E is not open yet but if it was I’d go in and ask an obscure question about obscure parts and dream of a new Continue reading Seattle Saturday July R+R – let’s ride.
The Los Angeles Police Department has launched an internal investigation after one of its officers was caught on camera apparently kicking a cyclist during a Continue reading Nice Kick.
The building is our civilization. A fire is consuming the building, at a pace of such slow and corrosive nature as to not make us think ‘fire’. The fire is our addiction to fossil fuels. It is going to destroy our home Continue reading “You need to work on your ‘soft sell’”
A new movie about immigration, Arizona, and, well, shit blowing up. It’s called Machete. Preview & info here: aintitcool.com. I cannot believe that is a Continue reading Friday as the end of one thing and the beginning of another
OK so i went to the local newstand and fought through all the bullshit magazines (would you be shocked to learn there are 398 periodicals Continue reading My $4.99
So I prepared my boxes of bike parts and loaded them into the crown vic, brought them down to Puget Sound University, one of their Continue reading Tacoma bike swap report
File this under Hope-y Change-y 1 (or whatever the hell S. Palin is saying these days): From: John H. Subject: Maybe Of Interest? huffingtonpost.com/bicycle-policy-ray-lahood. Why Continue reading Bikes up, trucks down
I’m not sure I know the answer to that question. I didn’t know when the man who hit me was sentenced to five years in Continue reading What is this “justice” you speak of?
Volunteer park had a criterium today, and I was there for a good chunk of it. The masters race was awesome. I wish I had Continue reading This post does not mention the space needle
From: Lois Subject: Congressmen Attack Walkers, Bicyclists and People Without Cars On March 12, the US Department of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said in a Continue reading Congressmen attack walkers, bicyclists and people without cars.