Sam is an articulate and brave cyclist with a wry sense of humor, dispatching from sad diego, my home town. I call it sad diego, because I find it tragic that such a beautiful place was designed for cars not people. My approach to cycling there, live somewhere else. Sam's approach is far more courageous and elegant. She went from writing a scathing, funny blog, brown girl in the lane, to launching BikeSD, a non-profit bike advocacy organization for San Diego. I am so happy and proud to see her energy transformed into what is sure to amount to improved conditions for cyclists in San Diego and which could make it one of the best cycling cities in the world! Kudos, Beany! love, 1 of the 190
Sunday, December 23, 2012
good-bye brown girl in the lane and welcome bikeSD
my philosophy on blogging is that there are no rules. I am beholden to no-one, not even myself, really. As such, one of my "goals" for this blog is to feature all the other bike blogs that I read and love. suffice it to say little of that coverage has happened, but before the moment slips away forever, I want to recognize Samantha Ollinger (Sam) and her now defunct blog, brown girl in the lane.