Time’s Up events-September 4th-12th

2.CENTRAL PARK MOONLIGHT RIDE Friday, September 4th, 10 p.m. Columbus Circle (SW corner of Central Park, at the intersection of Broadway, Central Park South 59th Street, and Central Park West) ****************** 3. BROOKLYN CRITICAL MASS Friday, September 11th, 7 p.m. Grand Army Plaza, the northern entrance of Prospect Park where Flatbush Ave., Eastern Pkwy, […]

Bicycle Film Festival in San Diego and Zurich

Bicycle Film Festival Zurich, September 2nd-6th. With an art show at the Freitag Factory.

A video from an art slam at the Freitag Factory, to give you an idea of the space.


Bicycle Film Festival San Diego September 4th-5th.

Featuring a bmx bike jam hosted by San Diego’s first […]

New Amsterdam Bike Slam

All summer, Roos Kouwehoven has been telling me about great events that NY400 has been doing as part of a melding of old world Amsterdam and New York. Celebrating 400 years of Dutch influence and Netherlands friendship, especially for such amazing inventions as the bicycle.

Now its time for the New Amsterdam Bike Slam […]

Hats off to them, Outlier has new product for fall.

Stylish and functional bike-friendly fashion company, Outlier has its first product for fall.

Nailhead is one of our favorite worsted wools. Its subtle pinprick pattern gives it an incredible depth of texture, and as a fine suiting fabric it’s made from the softest and longest wool fibers available. That makes it one of the […]

Urbanvelo 15 is out.

Great bicycle culture magazine, Urbanvelo now has issue #15, out now. download a copy here.

Urbanvelo is produced by Brad Quatuccio and Jeffery Guerrero, out of Pittsburgh PA, which oddly enough is the host city for the G20, September 24-25th. This just so happens to fall on Critical Mass.

Should be […]

Hey Thieves, Leave those bikes alone,

August 23rd.

Hi, I was recommended to write to bikeblognyc in hopes of tracking down a bike of mine that was stolen. I The bike is a Giant brand bike, “Morph” model written on the side. stolen near the bedford L train stop between Driggs and Bedford on N7th on Tues. Aug. 23 […]

New Book from David Byrne

I was overjoyed to receive this advanced copy of singer, visual artist, filmmaker and bicycle enthusiast David Byrne’s new book: Bicycle Diaries from Viking Penguin Publishing.

Included was this brief description,

Bicycle Diaries, is David Byrne’s celebration of seeing the world from the seat of a bike. David Byrne has been riding […]

More Stolen Bikes-roundup


Here are the latest stolen bikes in NYC, (that I know about)

A friend of mine who helped out with the video production of Rumble thru da Bronx had his old skool 10 speed nabbed:

“My Lotus Excelle was stolen from 124th and Broadway on Aug. 30 in the early […]

BrooklynbyBike and Affinity, group rides to Kissena Track

Ok, it might be raining this weekend…but there are a number of group rides heading out to the track tomorrow, which is hosting the NY State Championships,

1st: has one there last ride of the summer:

8/29 Ride #6: Brooklyn by Bike Rides to Kissena Park, Queens Velodrome!

Join us for one of […]

eww, Obama didn’t wear a helmet…I’m telling.

Bike-safety groups take President Obama head on after ride without helmet. BY David Saltonstall In Oak Bluffs, Mass., and Michael Saul In New York DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITERS

Perhaps President Obama didn’t want to look uncool on his bike ride Thursday, but his decision to skip the helmet had safety experts banging their […]