From Frank Lentini of Bike Jumble:
Sunday November 15th, 2009 11:00am – 3:00pm 336 3rd St, Brooklyn, NY 11215 Continuing to celebrate NYCâ€™s unique cycling culture, The New York Bike Jumble has once again partnered with Brooklynâ€™s The Old Stone House to chronicle the new generation of urban riders.
On Sunday, November 15th from […]
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Thursday, 11/12 6:30 PM The James Room 4th Floor Barnard Hall
Broadway at West 117th St, (Manhattan)
With the recent turn to pedestrian zones, bike lanes and greenways in New York and in many cities around the world, there is a growing sense that a new kind of urbanism is possible, one no longer […]
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Clear2Go(TM) is giving one lucky winner the chance to win a bike ride with our partner, seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong! The prize includes a sweet TREKÂ® bike and a 3-day, 2-night trip for two to Austin, TX where you’ll have the chance to take a solo ride […]
NYC Halloween Alleycat 2009 from Diablo
Here is an article from the Miami Herald that shows how their monthly critical mass ride is improving cycling.
The monthly Critical Mass bike ride through some of Miami’s busiest streets has grown substantially over the summer and fall. BY ANDRES VIGLUCCI aviglucci@MiamiHerald.com
We are riding our bicycles right down the middle of […]
The annual alleycat that races to get food to feed the hungry.
Here is a lengthy press release: CRANKSGIVING 11 November 21, 2009 2pm Madison Square Park, New York City
For over a decade, the New York Bike Messenger Foundation (NYBMF), a 501(c) 3, has successfully organized Cranksgiving, a charitable […]
Steve McMaster, sent this video of one of Time’s Up many events. This was a bike ride to a Kayak swim on the East River.
Pete Kocher and Jessica Murray, started the bike shop, Ride Brooklyn, during a bad recession and against better judgment. Seems like business is doing great, not only in NYC but around the country.
Here is a story from wnyc.org which I overheard this morning.
Audio: But also how the bicycle industry is booming.
Got this message from artists Eric Corriel:
“Michael, I’m a Brooklyn-based artist (and cyclist) and my most recent piece, A History of Cycling in Brooklyn is currently on display at the Brooklyn Historical Society. (128 Pierrepont Street at Clinton Street Brooklyn, New York 11201) It’s a piece of public art (video installation) […]