The Philly Bike Expo
From their site: For nearly 30 years, Bilenky Cycle Works has been a renowned fixture 0n the Philadelphia (and the world) cycling scene, creating custom-built frames that are regarded as functional works of art. Owner and multi-award winner Stephen Bilenky had a vision of bringing an […]
People for Bikes, is a grass roots national organization that is trying to advocate for a more bike friendly future. They’re goal is to build a million supporters and become one large voice for bikers. Please add your name to their pledge.
And now an inspirational video:
Pablo and Adam have a new bike shop in Brooklyn called: Green Point Bikes. They’ve got a huge space selling, as the website puts it: Rescued, Recycled and Renewed. So if your looking for a completely overhauled used/vintage bike by top notch mechanics, come on down to 1078 Manhattan Ave. (between Eagle St. & […]
The Brooklyn paper recently filed this report on last weekends memorial ride for cyclist Jamsine Herron who was killed on Atlantic Ave in Brooklyn.
Mean Streets: Ghost bike for Denver gal. By Thomas Tracy The Brooklyn Paper
(photo by: Stefano Giovannini)
Brooklyn has a new ghost bike.
Mourners installed the white-painted memorial â€” […]
Chasing Legends, a documentary with an inside look at what it’s like to race the Tour De France.
Comes to NYC
September 30th @ 8:00PM
Symphony Space, Sharp Theatre 2537 Broadway at 95th St.
Tickets at: Symphony Space […]
I got this from Paul Steely White of Transportation Alternatives.
RACE WITH THE PROS IN 7.1 MILE STORM KING “CANNIBAL”
Join cycling star Evelyn Stevens for individual time trials in Hudson Highlands
Sunday, Oct. 10th, 9 AM to 12 PM Cornwall-on-Hudson, N.Y., near Storm King State Park
Test your racing […]
Here is a great recap of the current state of Critical Mass in NYC, from Criticalmasspanic.
About 40 cyclists gathered at the new and improved Union Square as the light faded from the sky. A good crowd, many new faces. Some visitors were from LA, where they have a thriving mass ride scene, […]
Alan from Home grown cycle in Detroit rock city sent me an email about an up coming event.
we’re throwing a road bike/mountain/moped/scooter racing event at Detroit’s abandoned Dorais Velodrome.
We’re calling it The Thunderdrome. The event is scheduled for October 16th, 2010. Doors open at 8:00AM
(photo by: locallygrownnorthfield.org)
Author of “Bicycle Diaries,” and musician David Bryne will be on WNYC’s sound check tomorrow at the Greenspace.
The Greene Space at WNYC Presents:
SOUNDCHECK With David Byrne and Phil Collins
The music icons discuss their latest projects In front of a live studio audience with host John Schaefer