some great post from lady bloggers and the interwebs
when it comes to knowing the female anatomy and cycling, uti's, mestruation, and discomfort are some areas that are overlooked in ladies bike blogs. for a while i've been hoping to find other women to raise the sails on this topic and finally someone did. thanks to Velouria from Lovely Bicycle for sharing her knowledge on the Female Anatomy and Saddle Discomfort, and opening the door for communication and discovering ways which we can help one another.
i'm glad i'm not the only female bicycle blogger who see's division in the bicycle community. LC from Naturally Cycling: Manchester spoke out about Enough vs. Them and opened an opportunity for us to connect and build community amongst ourselves.
Dottie from Let's Go Ride a Bike wrote a great post on My Take on the Mary Poppins effect, a very stimulating and thought provoking post and conversations to follow and interact with.
congrats to This Girls Bike on her new Pashley Princess! can't wait to see more post with that bike!
for a tickle of cuteness, Bianca of Goodnight Little Spoon shares with us her adventures in #30daysofbiking challenge. i love reading everyones stories of how they made efforts to go out and explore, anyone else posting about it?
we cycle for many reasons but Sometimes the Cause Finds You, a very thoughtful post by the couple of the Path Less Pedaled.
for many of us, we believe that the bicycle can change the world but what happens to an impoverished developing nation town when you flood it with 20,000 bicycles? you lift three times that number of people out of poverty. there's a non profit organization Pedal for Progress that does that and here's how they do it in The Biycle City. this organization has been the inspiring footprint of my studies and encouragement of how to use the bicycle for loving the world.