Video Friday is back:
Here is one from Barcelona, a night race shot with the Canon D7 and GoPro helmet cams. Only One Winner, by Francesc Morata.
Only One Winner from Francesc Morata on Vimeo.
Videos seen on JohnProlly.com
DK productions out of Seoul Korea has been putting out a video […]
Don’t forget, this weekend is the Youth Bike Summit being held: Friday January 14 – Sunday January 16, 2011 @ The New School, Johnson/Kaplan Hall, 66 West 12th Street, New York, NY 10011
People are coming from all over including Tuscon, Arizona…a state we could all use some friendly, peaceful activities…like riding bikes.
Hey there bike community. We need your help and we need to be heard. Brooklyn Community Board 6, in the district of the contested Prospect Park Bike Lane will be the place for the DOT to present the findings of their survey about the lane and it’s impact on the neighborhood.
Bike lanes seem […]
Remember those bicycle shows put on by Montauk ride tour master Glen Goldstein? They used to be in the Lexington Armory in Manhattan and were a great gathering of bicycle makers, retailers and bike culture scene makers? We definitely have to give Glen a big tip of the hat for attempting to put on […]
The DOT commissioner, Janette Sadik-Kahn will be speaking at the latest meeting of the New York Cycle Club tonight. This meeting is open to all.
Find out more details here.
Here are the latest developments in the NYPD’s crackdown on cyclists.
On my way into work today I read a fairly horrifying tweet…
Can this be? $270.00? Right in my neighborhood?
Recently, in the dead of winter, when bicycles are prevailing even with un-plowed streets and cars being abandon during the snowpocolypse, […]
Executive director of Time’s Up, Bill DiPaola, recently wrote an article for the New York Times East Village Blog.
With the massive influx of tourists to NYC is also coming a more green conscious mindset and outsiders are becoming the newest public space advocates. Out of towners are not only coming for the sights […]
You’d think anyone daring to ride a bike in this weather would be rewarded. Tell that to the NYPD. With fewer of us on many of the un-plowed roadways and bike lanes here in the city, the police have decided to “crackdown” on unlawful biking behavior.
Here is the latest from the Brooklyn Paper.
Although Kurt Boone doesn’t ride his bike to deliver packages, he’s a walker, he’s still been a messenger for over 14 years here in NYC. He’s also a poet and an author and has a new book coming out in February.
Here is a little video promotion of his upcoming book: Asphalt Warrior
Bike Community Joins Forces to Empower Youth
WHEN: Friday, January 14th to Sunday, January 16th
WHERE: The New School, Johnson/Kaplan Hall, 66 West 12th Street, New York
KEYNOTE INTRODUCTION: NYC Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Kahn
DESCRIPTION: The 1st annual Youth Bike Summit is a 3-day gathering geared towards students, educators, and advocates. The conference aims […]