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Time’s Up bike month calender.

Want to know what’s going on for bike month? Time’s Up has put together their very own calender.

Download it here: NYC-Bike-Month-Calendar-May-2012

Largest cycle protest in London, 10,000.

April 28th was the largest cycling protest in London, with over 10,000 people riding to draw attention to local bike related issues.

Here is an article in the Times of London: 10,000 pedal for action in biggest bike protest By: Kaya Burgess and Rhoda Buchanan April 28th, 2012

Central London was overrun by [...]

POW-people on wheels

On my way home from work I stopped and meet Helen Ho (seen in the photo on the left) and her associate who are starting a new bicycle organization called POW (people on wheels) They had a small table at the base of the Ed Koch bridge (Long Island City side) to take photo [...]

Citigroup: to big to fail…bicycles.

Despite the world financial crisis, banks seem to be doing alright here in NYC. Barclay’s is bringing a basketball stadium to downtown Brooklyn and is already announcing concert series, such as the Sounds of Reggae.

Meanwhile it looks like Citigroup is the $41 million sponsor of the upcoming bike sharing program in NYC [...]

Gadgets: simple, bright and loud.

Here is a sleek concept bike, as seen on Core77.com.

“We re-thought everything two-wheeled, with simplicity in mind,” says Joey Ruiter of jruiter + studio, a Michigan-based design firm. “This is as stripped as you can get.”

Ruiter’s referring to their as-yet-unnammed inner city bike prototype, conceived of as a Spartan two-wheeler [...]

Levi Leipheimer webcast by Cliff Bar

Got this from Cliff Bar:

Just a friendly reminder that today is the day – Three-time Amgen Tour of California champion and Olympic bronze medalist Levi Leipheimer will be answering viewer questions at 4:30 p.m. EST / 1:30 p.m. PST for a 30 minute LIVE webcast.

Tweet your questions through the Twitter hash [...]