Cyclist Inferiority [from BA 42-100]

The cyclist-inferiority phobia, complex, or superstition is the sense that, “I, the cyclist, don’t really belong on the road, which is owned by the cars, and that I am unable to follow the traffic laws for drivers of vehicles, or that if I did I would quickly be smashed.”

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Evan P. Schneider
Bikeloc [from BA 43-100]

They climbed towering mountain passes and confronted prairie winds head-on for days and crossed several food deserts along the way. In sum, they biked 4,521 miles, across 16 states, over 107 days to capture stories of the local food movement through 18 community potlucks with 432 potluck-goers.

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Evan P. Schneider
10+ | Gold Rush

Going up for so long means going slow: you notice everything on the road. Moose droppings look like smashed Milk Duds. People seem to lose a lot of single shoes. Any headwind at all seems totally defeating.

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Evan P. Schneider