Njogu Morgan is currently a post-doctoral researcher based at the South Research Chair in Spatial Analysis and City Planning, Wits University. The post-doc award was provided by the Life in the City project, at the Wits School of Governance. The Life in the City project seeks to “develop a holistic and multidisciplinary body of work to create the conditions for a city that is inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.” His post-doctoral research examines social networks and bicycling. Intended journal articles will examine the intersection of space, community and cycling practices. A book based on the PhD thesis will present a novel historical account of utility cycling in Johannesburg. His PhD thesis partly funded by the South Research Chair in Spatial Analysis and City Planning, Wits University and the Wits City Institute through the South African Chair in A.W. Mellon Foundation Chair of Critical Architecture and Urbanism, examined changes in the symbolic status of everyday bicycling from a historical comparative perspective.