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Women Mean Business

This week was the National Women’s Bicycling Forum held by the League of American Bicyclists.  While I wasn’t able to make it to Washington, DC, I tried to follow as much as I...

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Cold Weather Disguises

The other day I was biking home and a cyclist waved at me. Now, biking in Boston sometimes has the feeling of a biking in a small town. I’m always running into friends...

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Snow City

This past week the city got a lot of snow all at once. Over night the city transformed to something surreal and monstrous. It was hard to get around since nothing was plowed...

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Valentine Bikes Day

Valentine’s day is a day to celebrate what you love. And hopefully meet someone who loves that thing as much as you do.

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Kids

Sometimes when I take the lane I get honked at. But this week I discovered the exact opposite of that: Seems kids know more about sharing.

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Invisibility

Sometimes when I’m riding I feel like I have a certain superhero power. Which turns out isn’t all that super. Because I’m not made of steel. And even if I could find a...

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A Walking City

Boston is a walking city… or so they say. And sometimes I try to walk places. But when you’re on foot, Boston is more of a waiting city… We don’t want car traffic to get...

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Warm Winters

Way back in my first winter in Massachusetts I commuted by car. It sorta went like this: It was easy to never be dressed for weather. And easy to misplace things like gloves....

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The Doors!

You’ve just parked, turned off your car, and given a sigh of relief that you’re no longer stuck in traffic. You reach for your things, kick open your door and CRASH! Okay, so...

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