Bike Month is a month to get more people on bikes. But as I biked to work this May it seemed more […]Read More ›
Biking is ordinary to me. So much so, I got caught off guard the other day. It didn’t really seem […]Read More ›
I’m sure everyone at one point has had a roommate like this. The other day as I was biking around I […]Read More ›
There’s a time of day where the light is just right- magic hour. Now that it’s autumn, I find myself […]Read More ›
When I bicycle around Boston it’s mostly vehicularly. While the rules of the road generally give some order to the roads- I […]Read More ›
Lately I’ve been riding my 50 yr old British 3-speed “Emma Thompson Bike” around town. It’s been pretty hot and […]Read More ›
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Bikeyface hs mini-comics guides for both bicyclist and drivers. These are not your typical dry institutional literature- they will have you laughing (and learning) all the way through!
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I have a couple of Bikeyface updates including (drumroll please) a brand new book! NEW BOOK: OMG a Bike! After lots of […]Read More ›
Last year, I gave a talk at TEDx Somerville about “Moving People.” The video is finally posted online- hear from the face […]Read More ›
Hi all! For those of you in the Boston area, this October 17-18 you can find me at Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo […]Read More ›
What is Bikeyface? Well, it’s a webcomic inspired by the real life experience of getting around on two wheels in a city built for four. But it’s also a lifestyle. If you take a look through the windshield at any driver, then look at someone riding a bicycle you will very quickly notice just what a bikey face is. A bikey face is the expression of being active, engaged, and enjoying world around you. And Bikeyface seeks to celebrate that difference and raise the profile of transportation bicycling so that more people feel compelled to live more active, engaged, and enjoyable lives… all while getting things done.