One of the statements I hear the most is, “I’m not a cyclist, but…” I will generally ask them if they ride a bike, and if the answer is yes, I’ll say, “Congratulations! You’re a cyclist! You’re a bike rider!” They’ll scrunch their face up
It’s true that there are lots of resources in Nashville to learn how to ride, to learn about Tennessee and Nashville bike law, and I completely encourage riders (and non-riders alike!) to take advantage of them. Bike Fun is the only service in Nashville that
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.
Evidently, one of the owners of Riverfront Tavern has amassed over 400 parking tickets since 2011, to the tune of $4500. He claims it’s easier to keep getting tickets rather than purchasing a parking space. So you want to go to one of the downtown