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New Bike concept alert.

Your bike lock is your bike.

design by Bong Hokuen & Ko Yoenjung (ha ha, he said Bong)

Read more at www.yankodesign.com also posted at Gizmodo.com

sent to me by my tech guru…Dan Katz.

Time’s Up is going to the Dogs!

Who let the dogs…out and on bikes? (picture from last years Doggie Pedal Parade-Time’s Up photo)

Time’s Up is rounding out Bike Month with a bunch of great events:

“This Saturday is the SECOND ANNUAL DOGGIE PEDAL PARADE! Pooches & People for Pedal & Planet Sunday, May 31st at 2 p.m. Meet at the [...]

Prisoner Tour?

Lance Armstrong sent out this to Twitter.

What could possibly go wrong?

NANTES, France (Reuters) – Close to 200 prisoners will cycle around France next month, watched by scores of guards on bicycles, in the first penal version of the Tour de France, authorities said Monday.

The 196 prisoners will cycle in a pack [...]

Switzerland gets a fixed Blog

Welcome to:

www.fixedgearswitzerland.com

Poleriders…Now that’s a pedicab.

(photo from this year’s SantaCon NYC)

If you see what appears to be a pedicab, rolling through Time’s Square with some erotic dancers on the back, lit up, sliding down a pole…you haven’t had one too many at the Hawaiian Tropic Club.

Nope its Andrew Katzander and his poleriders!

Here is my [...]

My response to the Kyle Smith at the NY Post.

Kyle Smith from the NY Post had this to say about cyclists in NYC:

“Imagine if cab drivers behaved like bicyclists – with total disregard for red lights, the direction of traffic, and the presence of 8.3 million other people.”

ahhhh…no need to imagine Kyle…if you ride a bike in this town…you [...]

Thanks Hunter College for your Useless study on cycling in NYC…

With all the positive moves in NYC for cycling I really don’t have a lot of time to focus on the negative, especially when its the same ol victim blaming game. Then Hunter college sociology students came out with this study to monitor the behavior of cyclists in the City. Oh great. It isn’t [...]