In 2018, the UN General Assembly declared June 3 to be World Bicycle Day. Bicycles truly are wonderful freedom and connection machines. But underlying this amazing invention is serious inequity for riders who are black, brown, poor, or female. The bicycle industry is largely white
Sunday, September 29th: a fantastic morning riding on the Natchez Trace Parkway with friends. The event used to be called “Car-Free Day on the Trace” but now is called “Car-Free Experience on the Trace” – which is smart rebranding, as it only lasts for three hours. Some
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
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
Have you ever been on a bicycle ride and encountered a disastrous mechanical situation? KJ Garner of Bike Fun will offer a menu of disaster selections, tailored towards riders who want to be able to take charge of their situations with confidence!