Here is a new one.
A couple of riders in Brooklyn want to train for TA’s NYC Century in September. They also love pizza so they started a new blog called: pedalforpizza.com They want to have group rides and search for the best pizza in town.
Thanks to my suggestion…they are headed to Coney […]
NYCâ€™s bicycle infrastructure, such as creation of bike lanes, seems to happen in a NY minute. Today I blinked and noticed that 2nd Aveâ€™s more traditional class one bike lane has now become a green painted class 2 where the parked cars have been moved into the street. This is in the section of […]
J. David Goodman has written an excelent article on efforts being done to battle bike theft, including a LoJack style radio transmitter system created by, Baitbike.com
Efforts on Bicycling Also Attract Thieves By J. DAVID GOODMAN Published: June 25, 2010
It has become a kind of mantra for cities looking to […]
Quick note: Congratulations to the winners of this years RUMBLE THRU DA BRONX 7: (Crihs on the right) (posted by CK on fixed.gr forum) Overall Top Ten: 1. Crihs 2. Austin 3. JT 4. Kai (1st out of town and 1st fixed) 5. Trimble 6. Eli 7. Jun 8. Izumi 9. Prentiss 10. Taka
This weekend is gay pride. Ride Brooklyn, the bike shop on Bergen St. (468 Bergen St) is celebrating. Starting Friday:
Kick Off NYC Pride Weekend With Your Favorite Bike & Board Shop, Ride Brooklyn Pride Brooklyn
Ride Brooklyn is hosting its first annual Gay Pride Celebration. LGBTQ and Straight Allies are invited to […]
The NY Bike Jumble exhibit called: “Strong Backs, Weak Minds. The Story of the Coney Island Velodrome,” is coming to an end. To celebrate, there is going to be a ride out to the former site of the track…Coney.
Here is more details:
Please join us for a mellow bicycle ride from the Old […]
Here is some insight into riding in NYC: Also, if you want to get sponsorship for a particular product…get out there and shoot it, as Krillz did for Casio’s G-shock.
Don’t worry, another reckless vehicle hasn’t smashed into a store in NYC trying to speed through an intersection while txting on the phone. This is a sneak peak photo of a new store opening in NYC. Rapha, are makers of stylishly designed cycling clothing. They also have a team and have been documenting […]
Since it recently came up with the threat of sanitation removing them, it reminded me that film maker Meaghan Wilbur is making a piece about the ghost bikes.
Here is more info from her Kickstarter page:
“meaghan, why are you making this film? posted on June 1
I’ve been answering this question […]
Tomorrow is another installment of the Museum’s ongoing series of talks on the Bespoke Bicycle. A couple of weeks ago it was the future of the bicycle, from a city development point of view. This time around its about the bicycle as the object and the handbuilt movement. Here is more about the event […]