Here is a new bike blog about excursions outside of the city:
I’ve been struggling over what to call this bike blog. I’ve settled for now on “Escape Brooklyn” because it sounds better than “Fuhgeddaboud Brooklyn”. My concern is that the word “escape” lends a negative connotation – as if Brooklyn is a […]
July 31st, 2013 | Category: Bike Blogs | Comments are closed
August is right around the corner and that means lots more summer…summer streets that is. Once again the city will be closing 7 miles of streets to motor vehicles and open to pedestrians, bikes and other non-polluting transportation, the first three Saturdays of August. (8/3, 8/10, 8/17) Time’s Up will be there to ride the route as a group. More information, below in the events listings.
It’s a little late, but we still love this great feel good story where Time’s Up volunteers came to the rescue of cyclists in need. Back in June, a blind Harlem man and his wife had their beloved tandem stolen and Time’s Up came to their aid by raising money for a new ride.
Read the story here:
Time’s Up! is a 20-year-old nonprofit, grassroots environmental organization working to make New York City- and the world- a healthier and more sustainable place to live. All of our events and campaigns are free and open to the public- educational and fun bike rides, bike repair workshops, movie nights and presentations, community garden workdays and outreach, bike and public space advocacy and more.
Make Magazine an amazing resource of DIY gadgetry and how-to-science projects has just launched Maker Camp.
In association with Google + their will be projects posted daily for kids and adults to make and share with this online community. From July 8th-August 16th, millions of makers will connect to create, hack and share […]
There’s a new mountain bike dirt park and pump track opening in Williamsburg in a former abandoned lot across from the Domino Sugar factory. Two Trees Management Company won a proposal to utilizing the sugar plant’s, site E and turn it into a multi use park, spearheaded by Williamsburg resident Bobby Redd.
What happens when a bunch of fixed gear loving Italians have a few drinks and take a nice chilly ride from Milano to a lake near Arona? Well they probably have to piss at least once. Why not do it together.
Now this iconic image has been made into a limited run t-shirt […]