Through this blog and twitter we’ve been able to discover a pretty wide range of advocates, activists, bloggers, activist-bloggers, academics, scholar-activists, and others, who are writing about invisible cyclists in one form or another. We posted a bit of a roundup previously (see Invisible Cyclist Rides Again). As we discover new voices from time to time, we will post about them here.
Now is one of those times, having just discovered some very thoughtful pieces on equity, justice and the sustainable city by Taz Loomans at her blog called Blooming Rock.
Taz is an “architect turned writer and advocate for sustainable building practices and community-oriented design.” Although Julian met Taz on a recent visit to Portland, we did not check out her blog until stumbling on a piece she wrote for Sustainable Cities on 7 Reasons to Fund Bicycle Infrastructure.
Livability 101: Portland’s Livable Street Problem – The Equity Gap
(by guest blogger Hart Noecker of Rebel Metropolis)
And here are a few pieces on women and cycling:
Comment here or tweet if you have suggestions of other work we should be featuring.