Remember this article in the NY Times about fashion, oh yeah and those classic Dutch bicycle which hasn’t changed since WW 2?
Well Today as part of a celebration of 400 years of Dutch-US relations…it’s:
(But is sounds like it is already too late to participate because registration is closed…but that never [...]
In my on going series of the bike bloggers of the world we focus our attention on Barcelona Spain.
Here we meet: Cristian Marin Santos and Jordi “Santa” Tamayo This picture makes me want to play some Zarathustra from 2001, because these guys are getting enlightened and passing on their love of the fixed [...]
I’ve got a little piece in Time Out NYC.
Just in time for May, otherwise known as Bike Month.
Pick up a copy or check it out online. There are lots of routes and events for cyclists.
Start with This Link.
The track is back. The Kissena Velodrome is open for operation for the 2009 track season.
The NY Times city room blog had an article on the track featuring director John Campo. Also featured are Hugo Giron and Colin Miller of Snap Delivery.
Part of their SPOKES series. April 28, 2009, 11:16 am City [...]
It’s Up to you New York!
This Sunday May 3rd at 5:00pm, at the Reverend Billy Mayor Headquarters…250 Lafayette (NYC)
There will be a screening of the complete “singing endorsement” video. Come by and meet Reverend [...]
Saturday, May 2nd.
â€œCYCLISTS FOR SIEGELâ€ BIKE RIDE Saturday, May 2nd 2:00 p.m. â€“ 4:00 p.m. Meet at Washington Square Park (under the arch)
â€œGETTING DOWN(TOWN) WITH NORMANâ€ AFTER-PARTY Benefit for Norman Siegelâ€™s campaign for Public Advocate Saturday, May 2nd 4:00 p.m. â€“ 6:00 p.m. 203 West 22nd Street
Come meet [...]
Some early May (bike month) events coming in from Time’s Up: 1. CENTRAL PARK MOONLIGHT RIDE Friday, May 1st, 10 p.m. Columbus Circle (SW corner of Central Park, at the intersection of Broadway, Central Park South 59th Street, and Central Park West) ****************** 2. REPAIR WORKSHOP at the PARK SLOPE FOOD CO-OP Saturday, May [...]
The Department of City Planning, bet you didn’t know we even had this organization, has just released a feasibility report on the possibility of having a Paris-like bike sharing program in NYC. (although I can’t seem to find the report)
Paul Steely White, executive director of Transportation Alternatives was on WNYC’s [...]
Get ready. This graphics for bike month have changed this year and the bikes actually got images of people to go with them.
Coming up in 4 days… Is May and the start of Bike Month.
Lots and Lots of Bike events.
Here, is one place to get the scoop on upcoming [...]