Najah Shakir


This is Najah Shakir, Program Manager at Boston Bikes, the City of Boston’s bike department. During the warmer months, you will usually find her riding Hubway to work and around the city, but until the system gets running year round — an idea Cycle Style Boston fully endorses — she rides her Globe Daily 3-speed in the off-season. We caught up with Najah recently for a little Q&A about her work and biking in Boston. Read the rest of this entry »


Léonard Langlois


Léonard and I crossed paths at Boston Bike Party on a few occasions over the summer, and he got in touch with me recently about doing a photo shoot. Léonard works at Genscape, a provider of energy information for the commodity and financial market. He is a meteorologist supporting the electricity demand forecast team. His office also conveniently happens to overlook the Christian Science Center at reflecting pool, so it made a natural location for a portrait. Originally from Montréal, he moved to Boston several months and brings a hearty, practical, year-round attitude to city cycling. Read the rest of this entry »

Sol Jun


Sol studies jazz composition at Berklee College of Music and lives in Cambridge, commuting to and from class with ease on her Dahon folding bike.

Ride on, Sol!

Jaronzie Lucinda Harris


Jaronzie lives in Roxbury and works as a Theater Specialist at the Community Art Center in Cambridge. She commutes to and from work and gets around the city on her speedy Bridgestone bicycle she got from Bikes Not Bombs. As I have said before, cycling has an uncanny way of bringing together and reconnecting people. Once upon a time, Read the rest of this entry »

Boston Bike Party – Part Two


One week on, I am still reliving the magic of Boston Bike Party. Here are a few more photos taken that evening. Read the rest of this entry »