Tag Archive: people

Why I Bike: Interview with Adventure Bike Touring

PODCAST – I chat with Jim Fullerton about cycling the Canal des Deux Mers, French campgrounds, EuroVelo routes, and mindfulness (45 minutes).

Solo motorbike trip a metaphor for learning

IN THE NEWS – Why RRSP stands for “Registered RECREATIONAL Savings Plan” to The Globe and Mail.

Travel, cycling, and common sense lead to Norco Bicycles

IN THE NEWS – Who wants to get paid to read, write, and talk about the fun of cycling all day? Me. I tell all to The Globe and Mail.

Little 100 bike race photo gallery

100 laps, 50-year-old bikes: Vancouver’s annual vintage cruiser cycle race Bike culture in Vancouver continues to thrive and grow. I’ve been involved with the vintage cruiser scene for almost 20 years, led by… Continue reading

Paul Bogaert: the Bike Doctor will see you now

Vancouver bike shop owner and activist puts fun first By Ulrike Rodrigues Larry Ruble is considered a bike industry guru who knows a good thing when he sees it. In 1982, the Mountain… Continue reading

Does Cycling Make Me Sick?

COLUMN – Life on the edge (of traffic) has its pros and cons. Is it healthier inside a car or outside it?

Good drivers, bad cyclists and a new kind of traffic

Published in the November/December 2009 issue of Momentum: the magazine for self-propelled people. Do bicycles change the way we communicate? I was really looking forward to my dental appointment – the adjustment to… Continue reading

Cycling Goa, India with Hostelling International

[Published in the August 2009 issue of Goa Today Magazine] Backroads “Slow Goa” tour targets cyclists and activists Visitors have toured Goa by car, motorbike, bus, boat and train; but now – thanks… Continue reading

Social media sprout a social cycle club in Goa, India

Published in the July/August 2009 issue of Momentum Magazine. How an average cyclist became an accidental activist in India Here in Vancouver, Canada, I consider myself just another person in the city who… Continue reading

Cycling Culture in Vancouver

Published in the Spring 2009 issue of Vancouver Review, a nationally distributed quarterly magazine that focuses on ideas, culture and arts from Canada’s West Coast.  A collaboration with Museum of Vancouver‘s June –… Continue reading

Cycling and Calvin Klein collide at the beauty counter

Face, meet the world of the food and beverage hostess “What you need,” Christopher murmured, peering into my face, “is a silicone primer.” Oddly, he wasn’t talking about bike frames. I had run… Continue reading

Klunkerz: Billy Savage’s MTB flick goes DVD

Now on film: the bikes, parties and people that made mountain bike history It’s not something you should watch by yourself, Klunkerz. The independently written and produced DVD by fat-tire aficionado Billy Savage… Continue reading