buried

If You Were Me

The other day I vented to an acquaintance about an issue that’s frustrated me this winter. However, this led to several more issues for me to be frustrated about. For a moment I...

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isolationchamper

Everybody Get a Bike

Recently there was a report how to sell people on biking. Turns out that even though safety is a real concern, dwelling on safety messages kind of turns people off. Is this really that...

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swerve

Finding My Voice

Sometimes when you’re on a bike, you need to make some noise. And I don’t mean a bicycle bell. Watching others, it seems yelling works best. People naturally respond when they hear a...

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bike-event

Sign of the Season

Something is a little different this winter in Boston. If you pay attention to the roads you will notice something: there’s more than one bike. Actually, there’s lots of them. Apparently even people...

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park

A Place to Ride

Bike are a popular present for Christmas. And no doubt many kids are jumping with excitement about their new bicycles right now. However, very soon they will get wise to the nature of...

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Plowed

This week we got a bit of snow. People are surprised I’m still biking. But really, in this whole transportation mess, I got it easier than most. I just have to take the...

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4_four

Traffic Talk

As far as I’m concerned, the only thing worse than spending hours of your life stuck in car traffic, is spending even more hours of your life talking about it.

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timetogo

Utility vs. Sport

Because I bike everywhere and that is odd to many people, I get a lot of odd questions. Explaining the difference between utility cyclist and sport cyclist has gotten old. So I’ve just...

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ninja

See the Lights

The other day I was biking home after work when out of nowhere… It gets dark early these days. That means lights are something to plan on having. But even some folks that...

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