First off, Man, have I gotten behind.
First off here is a follow up to the Tracklocross 2 that took place April 11th.
My follow up questions to the organizers:
How was tracklocross 2? What was the weather like? It was amazing! It rained all morning, which may have scared some racers away, but [...]
The North American Cycle Courier Championship website is up.
check it out NACCC09 Boston
Registration is ON!
Check out the Macaframa premiere in Austin, TX. at Fast Folks, single speed and fixed gear bike shop.
VIMBY – Fast Folks & [...]
This Guy, JC Ramirez, otherwise known as Diablo of Cycle Hawk Couriers and the photo blog CallejeroNYC, recently had one of these guys:
Saul Ramirez, born April 12th at 5:06pm. 7.6lbs. Named after Carlos’s brother who died last May, [...]
Hey give a shout out, how was your Critical Mass…all over the world.
Send photos, a comment…lemme know.
NYC, Union Square North, 7:00pm
Just to show off some other city of the 400 where Critical Mass takes place:
Today we look at Critical Mass, Cleveland, OH.
I found this facebook group.
and this ecco friendly website: Green City Blue Lake
Love the animation Tous Ã vÃ©lo ! from Jeff BARRE on Vimeo.
saw this on tracko
So much going on. and it’s not even bike month yet. Our favorite (and only) velodrome is opening up this weekend in Kissena Queens. Affinity Cycles in Brooklyn, is leading rides out to the track this weekend.
This week’s Time Out NY magazine has this pull out guide to biking.
I don’t think this is available online. There are some good tips to rides in all 5 boroughs with good stops for food. Lots of Maps too and suggested routes.
Big Ups to my pals at NYC Velo.
Hugo and Colin from Brooklyn’s newest courier company, Snap Delivery, got a nice story in the Daily News.
photo by Siegel/News
Shoestring approach has some messengers pedaling to success by Alex J. Berkman Monday, April 20th 2009, 1:19 PM
They weave nimbly through traffic, donâ€™t use even a drop of gasoline and [...]