A Brief History of Cycling in Seattle

A Brief History of Cycling in Seattle

“Trees sway overhead and the pitted pavement rises gently on the way into Interlaken Park on North Capitol Hill. At the spot where East Interlaken Boulevard splits, take the low road and pedal between wooden posts and you will be transported back in time — 125...
Vietnam’s Mekong Delta: A Friendly, Flat Bike Tour

Vietnam’s Mekong Delta: A Friendly, Flat Bike Tour

Author’s note: This travel article was slated to appear in publication in late 2019, but of course the coronavirus pandemic put an end to almost all travel, and writing (or publishing) travel stories seemed pointless until the pandemic ends. Although it has not ended...
Tips for Better Bike Camping

Tips for Better Bike Camping

Heading out for a camping trip by bike is gaining in popularity, as you can mix favorite types of recreation together. Why not load up your bike and skip the car? You may just get bitten by the bike travel bug and turn a weekend into a journey. Load the Right Bike...

Safer Cycling in Traffic: Be Seen, Be Defensive

The other day I was riding behind another cyclist and thought, man, I have to get one of those jackets. I wasn’t envious, or bemoaning the lack of new cycling gear. But it was just getting dark, and when the headlights from a car behind us hit his jacket, it just...