Eliot Landrum


American Bicycling Education Association board member, CyclingSavvy instructor

Dallas, Texas

Having been on-and-off bicycles of all shapes and sizes since I was a kid, I have since grown a new found love of cycling as an adult. After college, I began recreational cycling as a way to connect with my family and friends as well as get some exercise. Wanting to expand my cycling beyond recreational, I discovered how easy transportational cycling actually is through the resources of CyclingSavvy.

I primarily bike for recreation and what I call “enjoyment” transportation. Since I work from home, I rarely need to commute anywhere. However, I love to ride to my favorite coffee and taco shops, as well as to meet friends for dinner. I also enjoy mountain biking.

Downtown and East Dallas are my favorite places to ride. There’s so much to take in that I miss when I’m driving my car, and it’s so much easier to do than most people expect.

I would like to see a day when civility returns to our roadways and the roads are once again community resources that all types of road users can safely use.

Contact Eliot via email or Twitter and visit his own personal blog.