Awesome 1963 photo that my biking friend David Hohmann sent me. These flight attendants were showing off their two wheelin’ skills through the airport in Copenhagen!
Archive for October, 2011
Posted in Artistic, Columbus, Cycling, Downtown Columbus, Fall, Fashion, German Village, Livable, Old Town East, Schiller Park, Short North, slow bicycle movement, Suits on bikes, tandem, Tweed Ride Columbus, women, tagged Artistic, Autumn, beauty, bicycling, bikes, cbus, chic, cycling, Downtown Columbus, fashion, female celebrities, German Village, Livable, Old Town East, Short North, slow bicycle movement, Tweed, Tweed Ride Columbus, women on October 16, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
Yesterday was our bi-annual Tweed Ride Columbus. Wind gusts were between 15-30mph however, that didn’t stop 30 of us dashing Tweed fans to hop on our bicycles and enjoy a 9 mile route throughout Columbus. It was a perfect Fall afternoon as we rode through four unique neighborhoods (Short North, Downtown, Old Town East and German Village). We ended our ride at the very fitting, Brothers Drake Meadery and indulged in some locally made Mead.
Be on the lookout for up and coming information about our Holiday Festivus Ride – it’s gonna be wacky!
Posted in Artistic, bicycling, Columbus, Fashion, Suits on bikes, tagged Autumn, beauty, cbus, chic, commute, cycling, fashion, slow bicycle movement, suits on bikes on October 13, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
My friend Andrew on his way into work this morning. Apparently, its school photo day at work Doesn’t he look dashing? Let me remind you that riding a bicycle in a suit is ‘normal’ in a lot of the major Metropolitan cities that are super bicycle friendly (SF, Chicago, Portland, etc) and its just plain ‘duh’ over in Europe. Cbus is crawling into this ‘norm’ category.
This next one should be on the cover of something fancy pants:
Posted in Artistic, bicycling, Columbus, Cycling, everyday wardrobe, Fall, slow bicycle movement, tagged Artistic, bikes, cbus, chic, cycling, Livable, slow bicycle movement, women on October 12, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
My drug of choice is two wheels… then perhaps a good bourbon. Whenever I’m feeling crummy and tense or I feel like I’m about to explode, I hope on one of my bicycles and ride. I always feel recharged and rejuvenated after riding my bike. Before Morphine there were bicycles. Aside from the bicycle being a huge liberation for women and a ‘normal’ mode of transportation for all, I bet there were plenty of folks that hopped on their two wheels to help uplift their spirits as well.
Another warm October day brought lots of bicycle riders through the High St. Corridor to enjoy the limited warm days we have left here as well as uplifting their spirits.
I was finishing up my daily workout in the park when I saw this happening! It was meant to be seeing as how they rode off on this beautiful tandem! This is definitely one of the requirements should I find the right woman
These two were so adorable and as you can see in the close-up of the beautiful bride, she was smiling ear to ear.
Posted in Artistic, beauty, bicycling, Columbus, Cycling, Fall, Halloween, Market 2 Market Ride, slow bicycle movement, Vibrant, women, tagged Artistic, beauty, bikes, cbus, chic, Columbus Commons, cycling, fashion, Halloween, Market 2 Market Ride, slow bicycle movement, women on October 10, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
This past Saturday was meant for Bicycling! The bi-annual M2M Ride was a Halloween themed success! Not to mention, it was absolutely a gorgeous fall morning. Here are photos I captured throughout the ride, at different points.
Bicycle riders came out in drones and I’ll even admit, with some of the photos I took, it looked like we were actually a bicycling city! It made me giddy.
‘I’ll get you my pretty.’
Posted in beauty, bicycling, bike racks, Columbus, Cycling, Fashion, slow bicycle movement, The Ohio State University, Vibrant, women, tagged beauty, Bike Racks, bikes, cbus, commute, fashion, slow bicycle movement, women on October 6, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
Yesterday, aside from my crazy schedule of events, it was imperative for me to spend time basking in the glorious sun. I don’t know about many of you but the sun has SUCH an affect on me, mentally and physically. The next handful of days are suppose to be absolutely glorious and it is my plan to spend as MUCH time outside as humanly possible. These beautiful bicycle riders appeared to be having the same thoughts. Yesterday, there was a blast of bikes on the roads and it made me smile ear to ear.