BikeFACE: Haley Sichello

Featured rider Haley Sichello says: "Biking in the city was a huge step for me. I was afraid of the heavy traffic and aggressive drivers. Going with a female friend to get our first city bikes helped take some of the stress out. We laughed off the close calls with asshole drivers together. Now, a year later, my bike is freedom. Biking makes the city feel small and accessible. I feel like I know every street. I’m faster than public transit and get an awesome workout on the way. Bike people forever!"

dandyhorse is pleased to present the photo essay BikeFACE! by Marc Bernhard

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BikeFACE: Michele Mitlikin

Rider statement from MICHELE MITLIKIN: Biking has been part of my daily life for years. What started off with fitness goals in my small town, turned into my daily mode of transportation in my new life downtown. On a bike, I feel like I am flying through the streets, downtown traffic never factored into my transit time. Be fierce, cycle hard.

dandyhorse is pleased to present the photo essay BikeFACE! by Marc Bernhard

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BikeFACE: Lise Munsie

Rider statement from LISE MUNSIE: "As an Ironman tri-athlete I spend more time with my bike than with my swimsuit or my running shoes (and more time with my bike, than with any other humans) in training and on race day. I have learned to love every minute on two wheels. I feel like I have a real relationship with my bike, and the more you put into a relationship the more likely you are to get the best and the most out of it."

dandyhorse is pleased to present the photo essay BikeFACE! by Marc Bernhard

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Q+A with CycleHack’s Sarah Drummond


Image Courtesy of CycleHack Facebook

CycleHack aims to make the world a more bikeable place! 

Story by Cayley James

Sarah Drummond is a service designer based out of London, England. You might remember her from our international Bike Spotting feature back in December. In 2009, fresh out of art school, she co-founded the design firm SNOOK. Their aim is to work with organizations to ensure the services they provide enable people to get things done easily. It was a natural evolution to pair her professional pursuits with her personal investment with cycling. Thus CycleHack was born in 2014!

CycleHack is dedicated to making the world more bikeable. The international network's aim is to achieve this through a variety of activities that galvanise local people with unique perspectives and skills, connect them with brands, authorities and city stakeholders to problem solve and re-design the total experience of cycling.

I caught up with Sarah to see how CycleHack has evolved and where it's going next!

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BikeFACE: Caitlin Chee

Rider statement by CAITLIN CHEE: "To me, having a bike is like having a key to the city. It allows me freedom of movement at any time of day or night, unhindered by the cost, hassle and stress of public transportation. Biking helps me feel independent and free, and refreshes my connection with the city I live in."

dandyhorse is pleased to present the photo essay BikeFACE! by Marc Bernhard

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