In a previous entry, I outlined some basics on commuting and introduced my four recommendations for bike commuting. KJ’s Four Recommendations for Bike Commuting Know your limits, and aspire to stretch them from time to time Become a devoted follower of multiple weather sources Get
The other afternoon at my day job I encountered a customer who was excited to begin bike commuting. (Hi, Blake!) He said he had about 9 miles of commute and it was going to be over some hilly terrain, and featured some possibly bike-unfriendly roads.
During the Nashville Community Education educators showcase back in January, attendees were invited to drop their name in the hat for a series of raffle prizes – two of which were a one-hour Bike Fun session on a topic of their choosing. I met up with
I hear this phrase a lot: “I’m going to start bike riding so I can get back in shape.” But if you go for a walk, and your Fitbit battery isn’t charged, does it actually count? It’s shorthand for “I [want|need|have been told] to exercise
Late in January, Bike Fun made a presentation at the Madison/Rivergate FiftyForward as part of their Post-Holiday Wellness Fair. The topic was bike riding at any age, with a smattering of bike and traffic law. I cued up a slide on Tennessee Bike Law and