“It’s a risky business being a cyclist in the UK, there are a lot of people who really dislike us. It’s the Jeremy Clarkson influence – we’re hated on the roads. We just hope people realise we are just flesh and bones on two wheels.”Victoria Pendleton, gold medal winner in the women’s sprint at the … More Curve Balls and Broken Bones
An extraordinary thing happens in the metropolis of Tel Aviv, Israel’s city that never sleeps. As afternoon dims into dusk on the eve of Yom Kippur the city slows and is blanketed in a strange silence. While religious Jews dressed in holiday whites rush to synagogue to start atoning for the past year’s sins, a … More Atonement on the Open Road, A Yom Kippur Story
The selfie. A mindlessly conformist behavior. A form of self-absorption. Possibly narcissistic, preventing appreciation of the present. Is it possible the selfie has some creative potential? Can it be a form of self-expression? Conveying a mood and telling a story? I think yes! So here you have it. A look at my attempt to create … More A Photo Gallery of Cycling Selfies
In seventh grade I read this book. It was called “Travels With Charlie” by John Steinbeck. It was hard. I failed over and over again. But I read it. Of course with help from my mom. In my 23rd year I read this book again. With a heightened vocabulary, a few years of schooling, some … More Travels with Charlie
A little about me. And my bike. … More A little about me. And my bike.