You like the promise of riding a bike as exercise. You think about losing weight and saving gas money (and helping the planet in your own small way). A trip to the library is more appealing than a 500-mile trek.
I hear you. I started cycling in midlife to avoid medications for rising cholesterol and blood pressure numbers. I live without a car in an urban environment. I’m more interested in seeing the world than in racing anywhere. And that’s what I want to teach you, your friends and your family: how to ride a bicycle confidently and safely as a part of everyday life. As a professional fine arts photographer, I also want to help people learn how to combine biking and photography.
I’ll be posting on this blog randomly but hope to settle into a routine, much the way my journey into biking went.