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Nice one, from Charles McCorkell

Charlie McCorkell is the founder and owner of Bicycle Habitat a massive bike shop on Lafayette St. in Manhattan. Charlie has also dedicated his life to fighting for bicycle rights and advocating for more space on our roadways.

He recently wrote a piece on the changing face of the city and preserving the bicycle [...]

A couple articles on winter riding

From @messengermedia

Winter Warriors By Gregory J. Scott The Journal, Serving Northeast & Downtown Minneapolis

What does it take to get a Minneapolis cyclist to give up the winter commute? Not a record-setting snowfall, apparently.

JDespite the great winter deluge of December 2010, which dumped more than 33 inches of snow on [...]

Another Movie Night

Taking a cue from Joe and his recent screening of Quicksilver at 718cyclery, comes another movie night in Brooklyn. I mean what better on cold winter nights then to be indoors watching great bike movies.

Friday February 4th, 2011 7pm 718cyclery and Shmaltz brewing company, present a screening of the Giro D’Italia 2010.

at [...]

Electronic Shifters and more

Check out the latest innovations to the bicycle from Gizmodo.com

How the Common Bike Is Poised for a High-Tech Reinvention by George Jones Jan 28, 2011 09:20 AM

Three remarkable innovations are transforming the mechanics of the common bicycle. In fact, these new technologies may be the most significant developments in [...]