Personal Safety and Privilege: A Vignette

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…Continue Reading

An updated version of this post appears on the Washington Bikes blog, Personal Privileges and Biking: It Takes More than a Bike Lane to Start Riding ————————————————————————————– A few weeks ago I had the wonderful opportunity to give the luncheon…Continue Reading

Everyday Riders and Unseen Cyclists

I’m thrilled to see more bikes on the street every day. The signs are everywhere that bikes are big. Local symptoms include: the incredible blow-out success of SpokeFest, the growing turnout every year for Bike to Work Week, the Spokane City Council’s…Continue Reading