Category Archives: cycle chic

Push Off (with Poesies)

Time: September 11, 2014 afternoon Place: Madison Avenue. Upper East Side, NYC An stylishly dressed young woman patiently waits to cross the intersection She surmises her surroundings Pushes off when the timing is appropriate Gives herself a little extra oomph to … Continue reading

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Relaxed Attitudes

Noticing a lot more relaxed and upright cycling in NYC this summer. A nice trend. Keep up the good work.

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Detroit on My Mind

For the second month in a row, Saks Fifth Avenue is featuring bicycles in their window displays. Last month was a tip of the hat to Father’s Day. This month, it’s an homage to summer travel. This month’s windows feature … Continue reading

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Thanks Dad.

A slightly belated Father’s Day post. For all the Dads who taught their kids to ride a bicycle. Who carried them home when they were to tired to pedal anymore. Who knew the best kind of family SUV to get … Continue reading

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Tipping Points- Look for it in the Little Things

Sometimes when you’re looking for signs of progress towards a healthy cycling ‘culture’, it’s the little things that indicate we’re on the right track. In places where cycling for transportation is as normal as getting out of bed in the … Continue reading

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Flirtation and Play

Cycling up First Avenue, I noticed a stylishly dressed couple behind me. After a point, they passed me and joined hands. It was such a simple and brief moment of playfulness. They were at complete ease, not only with each … Continue reading

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*My* Procrastinator’s Guide to Winter Bicycle Commuting

Open closet. Get dressed. Get on bike and go wherever you need to go. You may have to pedal a little slower from A to B but it’s still the best way to get there. Simple. Enjoy.

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