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Cambridge’s first protected bike lane. This is on Vassar Street. It should be wider. Nonetheless, I like it a lot! Yesterday and today, while riding on it, heading towards the river, a man, maybe the same one, was walking in … Continue reading
Yesterday, while I was out playing Tag ‘n Brag with Paul and Brendan, I came across this bicycle detour sign. I returned today to take a photo of it but it was not there! The workmen there asked me, “Where’s … Continue reading
I love that the mail in Amsterdam is delivered by bicycle. We saw the postman in Amsterdam in 2013, when we were on our way to the bike shop where I bought my bike in 2008. I stopped him in … Continue reading
Saturday I went to the Noordermarkt at Westerstraat, an organic market. My cousin’s son had told me about it. At the entrance and inside the market musicians were playing. At one stand bread was being baked. The market, abutting a … Continue reading
I traveled to Amsterdam to spend nine glorious days in the land of bicycles. Here bicycles are king!! Even the Dutch king and queen and their three small daughters ride bikes on the streets regularly. Having just finished thirty lessons … Continue reading
Being doored is among the most common type of crash for a cyclist in a city. Many people think that it is inevitable. I disagree. Boston bike lanes are generally five-feet wide. In some cities they are as narrow as … Continue reading
Bicycling home on upper Naples Road on October 23rd, I saw an older Asian woman accompanied by her adult son collecting ginkgo fruit. The man explained to me in halting English that they gathered the fruit, extracted the nut from … Continue reading