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Robert Annis

Indianapolis Monthly

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Past articles by Robert:

Michigan's Unofficial National Park That's Picture-Perfect –

Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Michigan mirrors the unspoiled natural beauty out west. → Read More

Northwest Arkansas Moving Initiative

If you can work from anywhere in the country, this could be an option—with some pretty decent perks... kind of. → Read More

Bike Shortages Will Likely Last Until Next Year, and Possibly into 2022

Industry experts say production and supply chain can’t keep up with the recent boom. Here’s what you can do. → Read More

How Bike Advocates Are Eyeing Safer Streets for All

Many are seeking traffic solutions that don’t involve police enforcement. → Read More

How to Avoid Drivers With Road Rage

Here’s some expert advice on what to do when confronted by an angry driver and how we might stop the problem in the future. → Read More

The Socially Distanced Guide To Sleeping Bear Dunes –

Sleeping Bear Dunes, the Michigan landmark, is one of the most gorgeous destinations in the Midwest—and a good choice for avoiding others. → Read More

How You Can Advocate for More Bike Lanes in Your City

The steps you can take to make your local blocks safer for riding. → Read More

Burying My Father During Quarantine –

In the days leading up to the stay-at-home order, our writer’s father passed away. Here, he explores buying a loved one during a pandemic. → Read More

What to Do Before (and Immediately After) a Driver Hits You

You don’t want to think about it, but it’s always smart to be prepared. → Read More

The Physics Of The Hilly Hundred –

The Hilly Hundred, Brown County’s two-day bike ride, can be brutal. We broke down the numbers behind the state’s most scenic—and grueling—route. → Read More

‘He Was a Genuine Friend’: Beloved Cycling Advocate Killed By Driver Fleeing Police in Stolen Minivan

Salovesh had long called for safer streets in Washington, D.C. → Read More

‘What Kind of Maniac Would Do This?’: Cord Strung Across Bike Trail Severely Injures 69-Year-Old Rider

A Colorado Springs cyclist suffered broken bones, a concussion, and road rash when a booby trap caused him to crash. → Read More

Did Strava Steal Its New Route Builder From Another App?

One indie app developer says the company copied his idea— and that he can prove it. → Read More

Driver Who Wrote Non-Apology Letter to 10-Year-Old Cyclist May Avoid Court

With the deadline approaching, a new hearing for Doug Lamb, who struck Julian Moore last fall, keeps getting pushed back. → Read More

Strava’s New Route Building App Is the Godsend We’ve All Been Waiting For

Just swipe your finger over a map, and Strava’s Route Builder for Mobile will create a ride for you. → Read More

Traveler: Celebrating Dr. King’s Legacy At The National Civil Rights Museum –

Honor the Civil Rights leader with trip to Memphis to revisit important history over a long holiday weekend. → Read More

Traveler: Celebrating Dr. King’s Legacy At The National Civil Rights Museum

Despite the ugliness of the era, the experience is ultimately uplifting, but expect to have some possibly difficult conversations with your family afterward. → Read More

Who Has the Right to Take Down a Ghost Bike?

A Richmond homeowner removed Lanie Kruszewski’s ghost bike from a public road. → Read More

This Hit-and-Run Killed a Cyclist—and Led to an International Manhunt

Australian police arrested a woman suspected of killing Agustin Rodriguez, Jr., in California two years ago. In between, she led authorities across two states, three continents, and an ocean. → Read More

We Have the Perfect MTB Vacation for You

Does money make everything better? When it comes time to #GetOutThere, not always. → Read More