Archives

June 2011
S M T W T F S
« May   Jul »
 1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
2627282930  

Yeehaw, this years NACCC in Austin Texas

This years North American Cycle Courier Championships: October 7th-9th, Austin Texas

More details to come, www.naccc2011austin.com

Tour De Queens

One of Transportation Alternatives local borough rides, July 10th, 4th annual Tour De Queens

Register here.

The Bike shop explosion

The bike shop explosion just keeps happening. There are three new shops in Brooklyn.

Bicycle Habitat opened a new store on-476 Fifth Ave. at 10th Street in Park Slope, (718) 788-2543.

Landmark Vintage Cycles 376 Bedford Ave between South Fourth & South Fifth.

and Silk Road Cycles 76 Franklin St. at Calyer [...]

Time’s Up-July 4th Beach Ride

Join Time’s Up for a ride out to the Rockaways.

Details: JULY 4TH BEACH RIDE Memorial Day Group Shot. July 4th Beach Ride Monday 11:30 AM Meetup: Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn (Northern entrance to Prospect Park)

Join Time’s Up! for a leisurely bike ride out to Rockaway Beach to celebrate the independence we feel [...]

Cyclist in Critical Condition-Ray Deter, owner of DBA bar in Manhattan

Cyclist, long time supporter of Time’s Up and owner of the East Village bar and institution: D.B.A. is in critical condition at Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan.

54 year old Ray Deter, was hit by a Jaguar driver on Canal Street, yesterday around 5:30pm.

According to gothamist.com, one eye-witness says: “he was lying in [...]

Velo City and Escape from New York 2

This weekend, July 2nd, is the annual Velo City tour in NYC, a multi-city velodrome series where participating track racers compete for tickets to the Cycle Messenger World Championships. (held this year in Warsaw, Poland)

You have to be a working courier to win tickets, but it’s an excellent time to watch some [...]

Last week to fund NYC critical mass documentary.

Whether you’re a fan of critical mass, hate it or have no idea what the hell it is…There is an amazing documentary in the works that needs your help in getting the story told.

This is the last week the help fund Christopher Ryan’s film. There is a new trailer out:

And here [...]

Aaron Naparstek on Brooklyn Politics Podcast

Check out this great interview with streetsblog.org creator and blogger, Aaron Naparstek, on Brooklynpolitics.com.

Aaron does an informative job of explaining the recent controversy behind the Prospect Park West bike lane and the basics behind the Department of Transportation pushing a more bike friendly agenda with NYC’s streets.

Find our more, here. [...]

EHBPC 2011-Bike Polo in Barcelona

Did you miss the EHBPC? The “What?!” you say? The European Hardcourt Bike Polo Championships in Barcelona…Duh.

Held last weekend. June 23rd-26th.

There are some really stunning photos coming out from the premiere fixed-gear blog: Enciclika.com. (It will help to be able to read Spanish)

Here are a few:

Read more [...]

Bike NYC the book reviewed in Urban Velo

Thanks to Urban Velo, for the review of our new bike guide to NYC.

BIKE NYC – The Cyclist’s guide to New York City

“BIKE NYC is a new guidebook to cycling NYC written by three Urban Velo contributors. Perhaps the best known of the bunch is Michael Green, the man [...]