Tag Archives: cycling

Afterwords #2: More on Car-free Families

Afterwords consists of footnotes, references and outtakes from columns published in Metro News Vancouver. I’m considering incorporating these notes as best I can into the version of each column that I post to Medium. Speaking of which — if you enjoyed this piece, please consider giving it a recommendation on Medium. This piece was a […]

From Critical Mass to Critical Manners

Since the start of the Burrard Bike Lane Reallocation Trial, the temperature of the relationship between cyclists and drivers has occasionally flared up, and I’ve unwittingly and unintentionally exposed myself to more negativity about my choice to be a cyclist and my occasional bending of the law than, really, is mentally healthy. After this blog […]

Pecha Kucha Vancouver 6

Thanks to Richard Smith, I unexpectedly got to attend Pecha Kucha Night 6 at its usual spot at The Park Theatre not 4 blocks from my home. I arrived late (as usual) and panicking about locking up my bike as the clock inched past 7:05. But I needn’t have worried; the presentations got to rolling […]