Happy Halloween Bikers
Time to get out those costumes and ride. Time’s Up is having a spontaneous dance party ride tonight:
TONIGHT! Thursday,Oct. 31st @ 7:30 ABC No Rio-156 Rivington 8 o’clock meet-up @ Washington Sq. Park (under the Arch)
Come haunt around on your bike, with or without a costume. Check out the […]
Even though some time has passed, I thought it would be important to recap this past weekend since right before Halloween is always chalked full of bike culture here in NYC.
Last Friday (10/25/13) is traditionally the most festive Critical Mass ride of this monthly global phenomenon. Generally the cops tend to back down […]
UK street artist Banksy has had quite a run in his October residency in NYC. Carbon polluting to send a message about eating animals…I guess.
and fairly accurate complaint of New York rising to the level of mediocre in it’s generic design of new Freedom Tower, while slowly destroying the real culture of […]
You haven’t really experienced #bikenyc Halloween until you’ve gotten your costume caught in your chain while playing cat-and-mouse from the NYPD during the monthly critical mass. Or put on your ghoul make-up and raced in live frightening traffic at one of the longest running Alleycat races…or tried to maneuver one of Black Label’s contraptions […]
Keegan Stephan has being doing amazing things for cyclists in NYC. Occupy Wall Street, providing bike generated electrical power and relief with Occupy Sandy, Volunteer Mechanic with Times Up, deliveries on Cargo bikes, hosting bicycle radio programs, organizing rides and garden clean ups…just to name a few activities.
Recently he’s been involved […]
The bike sharing in NYC, now in its fourth month. has created new levels of bicycle acceptability. Like getting married.
From the New York Times: In Sickness and in Health, Long After the Bike Is Due Back By: Matt Flegenheimer October 11th, 2013 After marrying in June, Christie and Sean Hutchinson took the […]
Introducing a new compactable backpack from Outlier made from ultralight hyper light […]
Here is another article about the recent rightofway.org memorial stencil action.
From The Atlantic Cities: What We Can Do About Kids Killed by Cars By: Sarah Goodyear October 15th, 2013 photo by: Right of Way
It’s a biological imperative: We respond more emotionally to the deaths of children than we do to the deaths […]
Here’s a great organization for you to provide tandem rides for visually impaired or otherwise disabled athletes.
More about them: Intandem is a non-profit organization that provides access to tandem bicycle rides to visually impaired or otherwise disabled athletes. Artie Elefant decide to start the tandem program after being inspired by a […]
Never underestimate the economic ingenuity of a New Yorker
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