Kerri Martin used to do a lot of great community service for bikes here in NYC. Now she has moved on to New Jersey and is working with a new space called Second Life Bike Shop.
I mean, they’ve got a bike blender, what more do you need.
Here is more about it [...]
Saying Chris Ryan has something to do with bike culture in NYC is like boasting that Babe Ruth had something to do with a game played with a small hard ball and a wood bat and building a house for a team that begins with Y.
Yesterday was the marriage of Christopher J. Ryan [...]
Here is the final report from Connor Boals on the CMWC 2010 in Guatemala.
Messenger world championships go to the rookies in Guatemala By Connor Boals â€¢ Published: Sep 14th 2010 3:29 PM EDT Craig Etheridge won a plane ticket to a messenger race in Guatemala. Then, he won that race.
Etheridge, a first [...]
The Brompton is about the coolest folding bicycle around, mainly for its amazing compact ability. NYCE wheels and Bfold Bicycles , who both sell these nifty rides, are hosting the third of their Fold Up food rides on Sunday. The Brommie Yummie.
Here is a press release about it:
Hello! My name [...]
Joel Epstein writes for the Huffington Post. He spends most of his time in LA, but he recently discovered our new bike lane in Prospect Park and wrote an article.
From the Urbanite Times A BIKE ROUTE GROWS IN BROOKLYN by Joel Epstein. September 14, 2010 It is fair to say that I [...]
If you’ve been noticing a lot more woman biking in NYC, it’s true. Streetfilms.org just put out this video:
For more the source, go here.
Nice work! Our own Austin Horse took a break from filming Premium Rush, the messenger movie, and got 2nd place in the Cycle Messenger World Championships in Panajachel, Guatemala.
Here are some more updates:
Nadir Olivet is the owner of Torontoâ€™s la Carrera Cycles http://www.lacarrera-cycles.com/ and the main organizer and sponsor of [...]
Well the world of bicycle manufactures and retailers are getting ready to descend upon the most un-bike friendly place in America for some, “Gear and Loathing in Las Vegas!”
Yes it’s time for Interbike2010, September 22nd-24th.
My good friends at Urban Velo, Brad and Jeff will be covering this like a broke foreclosed homeowner [...]
Really saddened to learn about this. A 23 year old woman, Jasmine Herron was killed on Saturday, (9/11/10) on her bicycle in Brooklyn.
Here is an article from the Daily News:
Woman in bike tragedy, Jasmine Herron, rode bike everywhere, co-workers said
By: Barr Paddock, Mike Mclaughlin, Edgar Sandoval and John Lauinger [...]
I stumbled upon a new blog which takes an interesting and critical look at some of the roadways and commuting options out there for NYC cycling.
Dan Oliverio writes:
His subtitle is: “Where the automobile stops and your feet take over. A blog covering new and old ideas for transportation and its alternatives, [...]