Looks like we’re not a bunch of anarchist bike riders complaining about police misconduct, after all.
This week a landmark settlement was handed down from the city to pay participants of the monthly critical mass ride for harassment and false arrest.
Read more from the New York Times.
N.Y. / Region Section
From the words of writer, professor, activist and all around concerned citizen of Brooklyn: Ben Shepard:
What: Park Slope Neighborsâ€™ Bike Ride and Walk in Support of the new Prospect Park West bike lanes and pedestrian safety improvements When: 8AM, Thursday, October 21st Where: Meet up at Grand Army Plaza RSVP and share […]
You probably heard, last Friday there was a protest against Mayor Bloomberg’s aggressive campaign of putting in new bike lanes, with a target of the new one on 1st Ave. in Manhattan.
Gothamist covered the action with this story.
(a couple of pro-bike lane supporters, photo by: ZoÃ« Schlanger/Gothamist)
I’m sorry, but […]
J. David Goodman of the NY Times, quoted me in his latest bicycle related story. We spoke briefly about the recent filming of Premium Rush, a new Hollywood movie about NYC messenger life. I hadn’t really wrote much on this film, even though I work in that industry, mostly because the reports I got […]