March, 2010…ONE WORD.


(maybe that’s two words)

Winner of last weeks contest

The winner of last week’s ipod touch contest is this gem from Kevin Dillard. The theme of the week was: The most loaded bike, and this one from Slaughterama in Richmond, VA shows off a nice load of people trying to fit on one bike, which is one of the events of this awesome […]

Time's Up New Year

(photo by: Fred Askew Photography) Time’s Up’s 12th ANNUAL NEW YEAR’S EVE BIKE RIDE & OUTDOOR AFTER PARTY Thursday, December 31, 2009 Meet 10:30pm at Washington Square Park, under the Arch New York City Time’s

Start the year off right- on your bike or skates! Don’t get stuck in a smoky bar […]

NPR on Bamboo bikes.

Story on NPR about Brooklyn’s own Bamboo Bike Studio.

Check it out here.

Last Minute, Ghost Bike Dedication to Solange-Tonight at 8pm

There is a Ghost Bike Dedication for Solange Raulston tonight, aka DJ Reverend Soul, who was killed on Nassau last week.

Just caught this last minute..

We will be gathering at 8pm this Sunday on the corner of Bedford Ave and N6th St. to commemorate a “Ghost Bike” for our dear friend and compatriot […]

Checking in with Gabe

In August, NYC cyclist Gabe Allen suffered a severe brain injury in an accident on vacation in San Francisco. He has been receiving medical care on the West coast and is trying to come back East. Last week he had a raffle of a Maietta Cycling custom bike. Saturday, Gabe picked the winner.


It's Biking 2.0?

Check out the latest in wheel technology from MIT’s SENSEable City Lab. The “Copenhagen Wheel” somehow stores energy from braking and saves it for when cyclists need a boost.

From Wired Magazine: (article by: David Banks)

“During the climate conference in Copenhagen on Tuesday, MIT’s SENSEable City Laboratory announced a new project for […]