Archive for March, 2012

Another 30 Days of Biking–Can We Do It? Heck Yeah!

Last September I recorded my daily path through 30 Days of Biking, making it through the month riding (and blogging) every single day. April is another 30-Day-er and I’m in again. Are you with me? April can be the cruelest month, involving as it does a week’s worth of travel to Washington, DC, for me […]

The Skirt Scoot: A Key Maneuver

Skirts can be easier to ride in than pants, but they have their dark side. Read on for a little Twitter discussion I was reminded of the other day. (Note for those who aren’t on Twitter: When someone replies to a tweet the original appears above with the reply below in this format, so you’ll […]

Shop & Swap! Spokane Bike Swap Saturday-Sunday

C’mon down! Bike Style Spokane will hold our first shopping event of the season (it is the season, honest! Snow? What snow?) at this weekend’s Spokane Bike Swap. The event offers plenty of reasons besides our bike stylin’ cuteness to head on out to the Spokane Fairgrounds, and with a forecast of 57 degrees for Saturday […]

Around the World in 80 Days (and then Some): A Traveling Blogspedition

How would you like to bike around the world, meet people, share food with them, and blog about the connections you create in the process? Yeah, me too. Amie Thao and partner Olli Tumelius are cycling across Europe and Asia, the world’s largest land mass, to document people, stories, and cuisines at their site, International […]

Why a Cyclist Needs a Pedometer

I’m going to blow my cover here. What with being a poster girl for riding a bike in all kinds of clothes and all kinds of weather, I have people reasonably convinced that I’m “active.” They say that very thing: “Oh, you’re so active!” Like yeast, or yogurt cultures. The truth is that I bike because […]

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