Biking Back Home in Bogotá
Bogotá has the largest network of cycling infrastructure in Latin America. It is a city that begs to be biked.
The people united will never be divided.
It is a city that begs to be biked.
Tasha is a Colombian-American writer, journalist, and educator based in New York City. As a staff writer for The Bogotá Post, an English-language news outlet in the Colombian capital, she focused on gender and LGBT+ issues. She is a Bilingual MA candidate at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY.
Enter your email address to receive notifications for author Tasha Sandoval
Confirmation link sent to your email to add you to notification list for author Tasha Sandoval
More by this author
Shakira’s Crossover into American Music Taught Me to Reject My Latinx Roots—Then Reclaim Them
The arc of my journey with Shakira traces a path from veneration to rejection to reembrace.
More in this series
On the Haunting Beauty of Roadside Crosses in New Mexico
The roadside cross is a jarring balance of the emotional poles, internal and external, surely an action by and for the remaining soul—not the one who has departed.
A Nigerian’s Field Guide to Survival in Positano
We pass other boats and, from each one, there is the double-take, a stare. Two boats full of only black people is apparently a rare sight.
Shocked Quartz: Traveling with a Chronic Illness
Will the vertigo again become acute? Will the stress of this, or some root cause that spurs it, end my life before it might otherwise end?