One again we direct our bloggy ire toward the sketchy practice of local "Bike Supremacy" groups and so many low-rent activists who mistakenly believe that enlightenment and the moral high ground can be attained by way of transit choices.
Accordingly . . .
Like some kind of grade school student . . . Check out adults offering high praise for pushing pedals on the streets of this cowtown . . .
Tresa pedaled to work (with a boost from a RideKC e-bike) for the first time, and she discovered that many of her favorite things about walking were also her favorite things about riding: she loved feeling the sun and the breeze on her skin, and appreciating sights she had never noticed while driving. But most of all, she loved the connection she felt with other people walking and biking: “Drivers don't smile and wave at each other, but everyone in the bike lane greeted each other like old friends!”
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
Tresa Carter loves to walk. She enjoys spending time in nature, even when the nature is nestled in between houses and sidewalks in her KCMO neighborhood. Her dog, Winnie, takes in the scents and sounds while Tresa waves to her neighbors and soaks up the sunshine.