Uncommongoods is having a design contest: Uncommongoods is a Brooklyn-based online retailer, is hosting a Bicycle Lovers Design Challenge from now until September 15 and we would love to see the work of the online bike community.
DEADLINE: September 15, 2012 at 11:59 PM ET
GRAND PRIZE:$500 cash + an UncommonGoods vendor contract
The Villager is partnering up with Time’s Up for a weekly column about bike related issues, Spin City.
Here is the first installment written by Time’s Up volunteer, Keegan:
Communication breakdown: Bikers and critics just can’t see eye to eye. By: Keegan Stephan Published: September 6th, 2012
Bicycling has become one of the most [...]
Thule, Sweden’s own bike rack giant is sponsoring a video series to promote their new line of commuter bags, “pack n’ pedal.” (see sneak peak on Bike Rumor)
The documentary series is created by Peter Sutherland of Pedal fame and takes a look at several key members of our worldwide bike community.
On a side note, I forgot to include this but one of my readers Al Silber sent me this note that he saw abandon bikes in Central Park. It’s a little late now, because these bikes were seen over the weekend, but maybe it is some insight if you’ve had one of these stolen, [...]
This Sunday is Transportation Alternatives, NYC Century. Register by September 7th for a chance to win one of three Trek Bikes.
More details, nyccentury.org
An article in the Park Slope Stoop.
Bike Jumble Returns to Park Slope September 8th By: Jean photo by: bikejumbleny
Harry Schwartzman’s Brooklyn Bike Jumble is coming once again to Washington Park by the Old Stone House. On Saturday, September 8th, from 10 am–4 pm, the bike-themed flea market will feature up to 100 [...]