|Street engineering at its finest|
Of all the ways of indicating where bikes should go, I think flowers are the best. Brilliant yellow petals blazing in the low-angled setting sun delineate the zone of riding and wherever the flowers fall and the wind blows, I ride. Up mountains, down valleys, along side streets and down main drags, across meadows and all along the canals, yellow fire flutters through the air and aligns with various hard linear structures, cement slices and steel horizons, softening them and making them feel more life-friendly, and I ride there, me and my buzzy freewheel leaving a swirling cloud of chromatic turbulence behind. Paths, gutters, streets, sidewalks, a twisting run through the park, a crazy random bounce down a jagged desert singletrack. Ride where the flowers are. The flowers are everywhere. So now you know where to ride. BIKES MAY USE FULL WORLD.
|BIKES MAY USE FULL WORLD, this sign reads|