Every year I look at 30,000+ cyclists attending the five borough bike tour and wonder, “where are you people the other 364 days a year, biking in NYC?” Understandably, this event provides riders with a safe envivornment as well as the appeal of seeing all five boroughs and using infrastructure normally reserved for the […]
The highly anticipated bike sharing program coming to NYC is beginning to blossom like the spring tulip buds.
After recovering from some Hurricane Sandy damage the next big step is to set up the bike sharing stations.
Deciding on where to put the stations, forcing it down neighbors throats like the NY Post […]
Big race today in the streets:
Today is Steve “Pops” Klein’s annual April Fool’s Alleycat.
April 1, 2013 from 5:30pm to 9pm Grand Army Plaza, Manhattan, by Statue of Sherman 59th and Fifth Avenue
Organized By: Steven Klein (Pops)
All you need to know:
Registration fee: $1.00 Race begins 6:30 pm […]
The Red Hook Criterium is all grown up in it’s 5th year since it’s rather underground beginnings as a birthday party for cyclist David August Trimble. David’s family was one of the early innovators of carbon fiber used in bicycle frames and now he’s pioneered his own cycling classic in a neighborhood he’s also […]