Author Archives: Katlyn

About Katlyn

Bike commuter, environmental scientist, community advocate, feminist, foodie and traveler I love cycling and commuting.

Cycling as the Ultimate Social Distancing Activity

It is the time of corona virus and we are all experiencing life in an entirely new way. Many of our life structures have collapsed, like job, income, school, (in-person) community, and much more. Time no longer has the same … Continue reading

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Critical Mass Houston Bike Ride!

My critical mass ride experience in Houston!! Continue reading

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Equity in Louisville

One of our central parks in Louisville, Kentucky, Louisville Waterfront Park, recently voted to charge for vehicle parking. The park is in a centrally located area in our downtown area that is frequented by all walks of life and holds … Continue reading

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When You Yell at Me, I Yell Back

Bicycle commuting and run-ins with drivers. Continue reading

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A Change of Pace

Forgive me readers, I fell off the face of the planet. You may think it was due to the election, and in a small way you are right. I admit, I have not felt as excited about politics lately. Instead … Continue reading

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Overcoming Rational Fears of Biking

A few months ago, I wrote a piece called Rational Fears When Biking. The four major fears I encounter when cycling with traffic are being hit by a car, hitting debris in the road and slipping or falling, baggage falling … Continue reading

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Bike Carrying Dilemma

Challenges when carrying weight on your bike. Continue reading

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