Bike Riding IRL: Jeffrey Moser
It might not feel like it in Brooklyn right now, but May is just around the corner–and if you’ve been following along this past month, you know May is National Bike Month. To celebrate, we’re hosting two great events: The first is a National Bike Month Kickoff Party with Transportation Alternatives swooping in to bust persistent bike myths (RSVP here!), and the second is Bike Riding IRL, a panel of NY riders keeping it real about what it’s like to bike in the city. This week, we talk with Jeffrey Moser, one of those panelists.
Given his 15-year career as an editor and content creator in publishing, you might wonder what Jeffrey Moser is doing speaking at our bike riding panel. What you don’t know is that in the summer of 2013, the president of Brooklyn Bicycle Co. gave Jeffrey a bike. Never a regular bike commuter, this new bike prompted Jeffrey to begin riding to work, and three years later, he’s put over 3000 miles on his Driggs 3. What’s more, his love of riding has grown to include both mountain biking and cyclocross. (And you can find him on Strava as Jeffrey Moser.)
Having seen Jeffrey’s love of cycling blossom on one of our own bikes, we were keen to have him join our National Bike Month panel–and we can’t wait for him to share his many bike stories with everyone else at Bike Riding IRL.