September means 30 Days of Biking

The September round of 30 Days of Biking isn’t as big as the April one–there are fewer organized activities (both offline and on-), but the rules are the same: just ride a bike every day of the month. I love 30 Days of Biking and truly attribute it with growing me from a fair-weather bicyclist into an everyday woman-on-a-bike.

It’s fun to kick off a 30 Days of Biking month with something epic, but today was just two little trips, starting with a three-mile roundtrip with kids to the store. Obligatory 30DoB panda shot:

In the afternoon I ditched the kids to do the first part of the monthly Spokespeople ride. Kids are welcome on the rides and I’ve always brought them in the past, but it was certainly nice today to pay attention to every aspect of the urban farm and garden ride.

I was only able to stay for the first three farms (conveniently all on the same Wallingford block) and saw tons of produce, chickens, and bees! Not a bad biking day for just five miles pedaled.

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