Sign of the times. I looked down to see this and have to say it made me smile. And yes, I was stopped at the intersection.
No helmet, no lights, no hands. Relax, it’s art from the Art Whino event G40 Artsummit.
Got there by bike.
Biking home on street w new streetcar tracks over railway tracks. Multimodal mania.
True or False? How bike friendly is your community?
Ever wanted to explore the Anacostia trails? Have a look here: -
Today, I completed a very nice loop on the Anacostia River Trail. I ride my bike every day, but I almost never just go out just for a ride. However, this is a great 40-60 minute loop that anyone c…
Need a change of scenery? Ever wondered if there’s life beyond the same old trail you’ve been riding? You can work a little trail magic, discover a new way to get around, and meet some of your area neighbors in a trail clean-up. WABA’s got one coming up:
When I was out on the Metropolitan Branch Trail clean-up, my maintenance-mates told me why they chose to get their hands dirty and their shins exposed to prickly weeds: they’d moved here recently and wanted to get to know their community better, they’d become homeowners and wanted to dig deep into community affairs, and they just wanted to lend a hand in a community they loved.
See if the next clean-up works for you and let me know what you discovered out on the trails.
Think your commute is tough? Check out this story from the Times of India -
Eighty-two-year-old Tarit Seth took part in the Helsinki Olympics in 1952.Six decades later, the cyclist took to the streets on Sunday morning to protest against the ban on cycles in the city.
Shouldn’t every community have one of these?