New York is one of the cities I love to visit for its vibrant cycle scene. Cycling is fast becoming one of the most flexible ways to get around as cycle paths and the bike share system continues to expand. Above, summer bright and casual light. Below, an elegant street ballet performance!
Simple summer dress to make even Snow White envious.
Elegance in balck personified.
Copenhagen could use more cool and stylish male bikers like this gentleman.
For many Copenhageners Monday morning proved a rude awakening after an extraordinary long X-mas and New Year's holiday. But a steady flow of bicycles eventually delivered their riders looking as great as ever even with minimal effort.
A fierce cold wind carried a welcome drop of sunshine to Copenhagen this weekend. Some cyclists seemed to be caught off guard by the excessive chill factor. Above: Suffering in style (!) Below: Gotta zip that zipper to avoid the cold.
Many couples out for a lazy Sunday ride before work picks up tomorrow.
Committed to color!
Enjoying the last minutes of the dying sun before heading home.
I took this photo on New Year's Eve a couple of years ago. It was 18:17 in Copenhagen. Temperature: 1 degree. The streets and bike lanes were busy with people heading to parties and get togethers. Bicycles everywhere.
An expectant mood. So expectant that one doesn't give riding in a skirt and heels in that temperature a second thought. It's what you do.
I'll be in Montreal for New Year's Eve. Looking forward to it.