Najah Shakir

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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 »

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Edwin Guerrero

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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!


Edwin & Jessie

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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 »


Kate Ziegler

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This is Kate Ziegler, the other half of Union Jack Creative. When I photographed Jack Romano last month, me mentioned that his partner is also a cyclist, so we got in touch. After weeks of emails trying to find a warm-ish, sunny day to shoot, we just decided to go with it despite the cloud cover. In addition to her design work at Union Jack Creative, Kate works in Operations at the downtown office of the law firm Mintz Levin, and Read the rest of this entry »


Jack Romano

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Me: Hey, do you think I could take your photo for my blog about cycling in Boston?

Jack: No thanks.

Me: No worries. The blog is about promoting the everyday use of bicycles. Here’s a card. Check it out if you get a chance.

Jack: Alright, I’ll do a photo.  Read the rest of this entry »