Sure, he rides his bike for transportation and exercise. "To me, the idea of driving to a gym to work out is silly," he says. But he's not a huge political bike advocate or anti-car. In fact, he works for Zipcar in Mount Vernon, a company that rents cars from the street by the hour. He bikes out to fix cars that are broken, "car triage" as he calls it. "The thing is, we have to move past people thinking of themselves as 'cyclists,'" he says. "It's kind of silly, people who drive don't consider themselves 'drivers.'"