Does cycling have a race problem?

My latest article for The River Journal previews a program that raises questions about equal treatment under the law, as well as access to transportation and recreation opportunities. Photo: Innocence Powell and son on the Empire State Trail in Kingston, NY., by Matthew Fass/courtesy of ScenicHudson.org

Saluting the man who launched Nyack’s bicycling craze

Jim Skelley started Nyack Bicycle Outfitters in 1973, long before the village became a destination for cyclists and tourists.

Bicycle Man: A two-wheel love affair

“When I ride a bicycle, it feels like my problems disappear,” says Alan Snel.