Saturday, May 9, 2009

Bikes and the Chronicle

Photo by Dusty
A huge thank you, to the SF Bicycle Coalition and to the SF Chronicle for having me take part in their Bike About Town series. Also big props to Dusty, for being such a sharp-shooter photographtastic! It is great be part of this weekly column with bicycle pioneer and fellow local bike lane chap, Gary Fisher. It is a truly a great honor.

You can check out the article here: Looking Sharp on Bike to Work Day /by Michael Tanner


  1. That is awesome!
    Congratulations on so many levels:
    You and Gary Fisher - an honor indeed.
    That picture of you by Dustin is a great one as well.

    (Can't believe I missed this in the paper)

    Again congratulations on the article and
    on always having a positive vibe of a blog.

  2. I can't believe they didn't also include the above photo. The colors are really cool.

  3. Very cool! See you will be mega famous before we ever meet in person!

    xo Mary Jo

  4. You and Gary ~ perfect. So lovely to see you in my daily read. These lit'l blogs o' ours can really open up such wonderful worlds. Congrats!

    On a side note...Can I ask what is a 'panda'? I know, I out of it...

  5. Congrats, what a great opportunity!

    Love the photo

  6. Fabulous picture! And I loved the article.

  7. man/ thank you very much!! I believe it is out in the newspaper this thursday

    rat trap press/ haa! it was a fun afternoon day. the sun was pretty nice.

    mary jo/ ♥weeeee. no-no, just a crazy bicycle lover in this fog city ;D

    sigrid/ oh thanx so much!!
    panda is a flickr-esque term for a self-shot while riding. user 'faster Panda' kinda started & it got contagious. there's a thread here

  8. Christa/ indeed. I am very thankful for this ;)

    Dottie/ ♥much thanks darling!

  9. That's a great picture and loved your tips/words of wisdom you gave in the article. Nice!

  10. thanks riding pretty! It was a great honor, and was super fun chatting with the writer ;D

    c_c/ haaa no, como cress!


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