Time's Up gets archived

Executive Director, Bill DiPaola, former squatter, environmental activist and executive director of the NYC based Time’s Up, always had a feeling about saving every flyer and poster from past environmental protests and critical mass rides. Someday all that visual history would be documented and available to the public to tell the real story […]

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A new blog about bikes taking over LA:

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Video from Stairways to Heaven Alleycat in LA

Saw this on Seattle’s

This race took place on on November 15,2009. The race consisted of 3 sprints and 2 sets of stairclimbs that eventually lead to a free for all race to the Bike Day LA event in Hollywood. Eight miles through the streets of Los Angeles with traffic and […]

Tweed Ride in San Diego

These seem to be becoming more popular. When is NYC’s? Saw this on December 12th, 2009

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Bicycle Coop in Philadelphia

Chris from the web channel sent me the latest bike video about Pedal Coop in Philly. Not your average ecco-hauler.

From their website

The Pedal Co-Op is a worker-run organization that offers environmentally-friendly services to local businesses and residents in Philadelphia. The Pedal Co-Op’s goal is to diminish the caustic environmental […]

N30 turns 10. The WTO-Battle of Seattle

Today marks 10 years since protesters disrupted the ministerial meeting of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in the city of Seattle. That weekend was a benchmark for the protest movement around the world and was much more about the creative commitment of thousands of people coming together against free trade and corporate greed […]