Bike Riding IRL: George Hahn
This National Bike Month, we’re bringing together four New Yorkers to talk about their experiences riding bikes in New York City–and one of those four folks is George Hahn.
Born in Cleveland, but a New York City denizen for over 20 years now, George is a consultant, writer, and art director–but you might know him best for his men’s style blog. Realizing, in the wake of the financial crisis of 2008, that most of the products featured in men’s magazines were incredibly expensive luxury goods, George wanted to create a resource for men like himself who weren’t millionaires, but who still wanted to look good and live well. So he married his web design skills and sense of style to create a blog “dedicated to other self-made thousandaires in pursuit of sartorial stealth and effective living.”
So what qualifies George to join our National Bike Month panel about bike riding IRL? He believes a well-made, stylish bike is the best form of transportation for “a discerning modern man in the big city”–and we agree. He’ll be speaking with us about what it’s really like to ride in style, offering some tips for arriving at your destination looking professional, and lots more.
Want to get to know George better? Years before he was one of our National Bike Month panelists, he was a contributor-at-large to this very blog–and you can read more about him here.