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videos from Velocity

A couple of videos me and siji edited and wanted to share from the VeloCity Tour this weekend at the Kissena track in Queens.

This was the 200m sprint where riders race the clock for the fastest time in one lap around the track.

Then it was the match sprints…Watch Hugo’s crash.

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Josh Whitesnakes tips for the NACCC

Here is Josh Whitesnakes of mess nyc with tips if you’re going to the NACCC.

1. Bring a bike. Even if you don’t plan on racing. Last year I gat ran over the week before the NACCC and had cool steel pins holding my arm together until after the CMWC. Cabs and subways suck [...]

Besty Speaks

New York City Public Advocate, Besty Gotbaum speaks out about new parade rule attempt. Besty’s speaks

North Americans is almost here

The Nation is coming to Philadelphia for the 2006 North American Cycle Courier Championships. Should be an awesome weekend starting Friday September 1st-4th.

Here is the website

Here is the schedule:

Friday, Sept. 1st

12:00pm(noon) Registration.Begins at Tattooed Mom’s, 530 South Street lasting until 9pm.

6:00pm Art Crawl.A ride to venues throughout Philly [...]

Rumble Thru the Bronx is on line!!

Check it out. The long awaited Rumble Thru the Bronx 3 video is now on-line at the newly created: Play in Traffic productions. This was a major collaborative effort featuring multiple helmet cams including the skills of none other than Lucas Brunelle. Thanks to all who came out for this now famous race, thanks [...]

More ridiculous ticketing at Critical Mass

Will from On Ny Turf, got a ticket at the last critical mass for not being to far over to the right…while stopped at a red light. Check out the full description of what happened.

“Hard to imagine I might ever hear those worlds given some of my views, but that is what NYPD [...]

Wet and wild weekend at the track

Puma has been hosting a track series in three different cities. It started in LA, then Chicago and finally ended in NYC. The idea of the events, which was mostly created by Squid (Team PUMA nyc) and John Campo, was to give messengers a chance to win tickets to the 2006 Cycle Messenger World [...]

Some good pictures on NYC indymedia

Picture by: Jen Yuson

Times Up hosted a victory ride on Wednesday the 23rd to celebrate the NYPD backing down on parade regulations.

More pictures at: NYC indymedia pictures

Catchin up–Critical Mass and New Jack City Alley Cat

Wow…This is hard…So many things going on.

Friday night was NYC critical mass on the heels of the NYPD backing down on enforcing new rules on parading. This did not stop a large police presence of scooter cops and ticketing, continuing the harassment of cyclists. There is also evidence that police stopped a videographer [...]

We’re Back.

So the police decided to back off on their parade facsi—I mean parade regulations. They obviously didn’t want to make a big fuss when me and Samantha were away on our Honeymoon. Good move on their part cause we were gonna give them hell!

But we all know the fight is far from over.

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