• Great Gear for a Rainy Ride: The Wander Wrap
  • Personal Safety and Privilege: A Vignette
  • To Track or Not to Track: A Blogspedition
  • Every Bike Picture Tells a Story
  • Zen and the Art of Bicycle Riding
  • Bikes Are Being USED, I Tell You. Keep Up the Good Work.
  • Personal Advantages and Bicycling: How I Really Started Riding

Great Gear for a Rainy Ride: The Wander Wrap

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I was still living in Spokane when I crossed the tipping point between fair-weather rider and all-season rider. This meant building my collection of gear to make it a little more comfortable to ride on cold, wet, or snowy days. There’s no such thing as bad weather, just bad gear, right? Boots with wool socks […]

Personal Safety and Privilege: A Vignette

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Setting: A separated trail running between the Duwamish River and a corridor thick with truck traffic spilling over from the Port of Seattle, part of my regular route to work. A row of bushes and trees and an active heavy rail line separate the trail from the road on the west side of the trail. On […]

The quest for the intersection of Style and Comfort