Ginger Jui

Ginger is a human-powered adventurer based in Oakland, California.
Ginger Jui has written 114 posts for Flaming Bike

How To: Teach A Cyclist to Sail

May I introduce Kismet, a 24ft Seafarer sailboat parked in the Berkeley Marina. Continue reading

Jim’s Famoso to California Hot Springs Loop

Jim Rides are legendary. I’ll remember this as the one where Jim called the cops on me. Continue reading

Sea Roads: Tomales Bay Bike and Kayak Overnight

A moonless night in late-summer is the best time to find bioluminescence in Tomales Bay. A bike and a kayak will get you there. Continue reading

Postcard: Fogbound in Marin

Off-pavement riding through fog in the coastal headlands of Marin. Continue reading

The Truly Random Winner of Big Pink the Tall Bike is…

I am proud as heck to report that raffle ticket sales for Big Pink the Tall Bike raised $259.75 for Climate Ride! and… KATIE STYER! YOU ARE THE WINNER OF BIG PINK THE TALL BIKE! Katie is the truly random winner of Big Pink. Now I know what you’re thinking. How totally non-random is it … Continue reading

The Bikemommas of CycloFemme

The fearsome, awestriking part of bikemomma is that she expects to eat shit, get up, and try again. She expects her flock — her kids and her community — to do the same. Continue reading

Bikewhacking Across California

Cycling north from Southern California back to the Bay Area, I couldn’t make up my mind. Dirt or road? Continue reading

Monroe Truck Trail: Riding Singletrack On Home Turf

Within days of coming home, I was dreaming of dirt. Of shredding familiar canyons, portaging the streams and picking poison oak out of my butt. I unloaded my bike, put in a load of laundry, and headed for the hills. Continue reading

Who deserves to be crushed beneath a two-ton vehicle?

Urbanist Bill Lindeke asks, “Do you design bike lanes with the assumption that all the cyclists will be fast, efficient, well-trained, and “educated” about how to ride in traffic? Or do you design bike lanes for people who will move slowly, dawdle, and are perhaps younger or older or riding in groups? Do you design lanes for people who occasionally fall down?” Read the full article from streets.mn. Continue reading

How To: Not Panic and Recover Those Awesome Photos You Took While On Bike Tour In Mexico

Put on your Keanu Reeves glasses. We’re going into the Matrix. Continue reading

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