Kathryn Carlson, fluent Polish speaker, sudoku addict, and proud Wisconsinite, is the mastermind behind Buca Boot. Basically, it’s like a mini car trunk for your bike that locks. I was excited to learn about it, because I can’t count how many times I’ve wished something like this existed. With the help of a Kickstarter campaign, she hopes to bring it to the masses early next year. Read the rest of this entry »
Edwin lives near Dudley Square and works downtown. When his bike broke down, he became a regular Hubway rider. Edwin also DJs regularly around Boston. Catch him at The Squealing Pig or River Gods. Edwin was also featured in this earlier post with Jessie Partridge.
Ride on, Edwin!
Jessie is a Research Analyst at Metropolitan Area Planning Council and recently earned her masters in Urban Planning at Tufts University. Edwin DJs around Boston and currently enjoys borrowing Jessie’s Hubway membership while his bike is out of commission. Jessie lives in Jamaica Plain and Edwin in Dudley Square, Roxbury. Cycle Style Boston caught up with Jessie recently for a little Q & A. Read the rest of this entry »
Todd and his family live in Roslindale. Todd is a bike advocate, blogger at Biking in Boston with Kids, and GIS & Database Administrator for the Town of Belmont. He commutes by bike every day, rain or shine, 26 miles round trip between Roslindale and Belmont. On the weekends, he and his daughters Clementine (younger, at right) and Sophie (older, at left), hop into their signature orange CETMA Cargo bike and explore the parks and playgrounds along the Southwest Corridor.
Aaron Villere is a graduate student working towards his Master’s in City Planning at BU Metropolitan College, with a focus transportation planning and public space. Aaron also works for the Boston Cyclists Union doing advocacy in Cambridge, and will be heading their Bike to Market program at the Union Square Farmers Market this summer. When moving to Cambridge in 2010, Aaron bought his Miyata 610 at Quad Bikes before even buying a mattress because he knew that’s exactly how he’d get around the city. His bike’s name is ‘BW’, but Read the rest of this entry »
This is Noelle Janka, former Board President and current Volunteer Training Coordinator of Boston Cyclists Union, with her trusty Atala single speed named Fabrizio. As predicted, it was just starting to snow when Noelle and I met up in Jamaica Plain to talk bikes, biking in Boston, and about the upcoming Bike Union Bike Organizer Training this Saturday, March 23. This is a plug, by the way- you should consider signing up if you are at all interested in advocating for better cycling infrastructure in Boston. I’ll be there. Read the rest of this entry »