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Art show celebrating the bicycle

Tonight opens an art show which celebrates the bicycle called Why I RIde, the Art of Bicycling in New York.

Here is information on the show from On NY Turf.

A great art show is opening tomorrow, and it is great because it is all about bicycling in NYC! It’s the perfect way to [...]

3 ways to support Times Up

There are 3 ways to support Times Up, NYC’s favorite environmental group that tirelessly puts on tons of free rides and events throughout the year, not just during bike month.

1) give time’s up volunteers a big hug and tell them you love them

2) donate money, become a member, volunteer at events…

3) [...]

Polo, Polo and more Polo…

I just can’t get enough.

here is an article from Razor apple with pictures of last weekends Eastside Polo invitational.

Here is a report back from Angelo:

“The A-Team had a long drive home, long enough to lick our wounds clean. The ESPI’s in NYC, hands down the best polo tournament ever. If you [...]

North American Cycle Courier Championships–SF

Gabe Morford and Mike Martin really set things off with their 40 minute video MASH about track bike culture in San Francisco. They opened eyes with their coverage of tricks one may have never thought possible on a fixed gear bicycle all beautifully displayed on the intensly pitched hills of this West Coast gem [...]

Bike blog gets new URL

So I am trying to change Bikeblog.blogspot to http://www.bikeblognyc.com. They say this could take a couple of days. Please look for bike blog at both url’s.

I’m not sure if I set this up correctly, but I bought the domain name: www.bikeblognyc.com

just to drop the blogspot part.

I am still hosting [...]

Ok, May is Bike Month…Madness

So Bike month means all kinds of things…the 7th annual bicycle film festival bringing you a ton of movies made about bikes, bikes and um…I think Bikes.

May 16th-21st.

I am happy to have my 3rd project in the festival, a tale of two Japanese bike messengers coming from Tokyo to race in NYC’s [...]

Some photos of May critical mass

Here are some photos of the last critical mass. Some from the time’s up

and some from Barbara

Here is one of me on the train with Brandon taken by Jefferson Siegel of the villager.

I’m sorry if any subway riders were inconvenienced. We shouldn’t have to resort to these kind of tactics [...]

Bike Polo images.

Looked like a fun weekend for bike polo, with the East Side invitational.

Here is a video of the final match.

Trudy’s got some pictures up online

would you play polo with a guy in his underwear?

forget kickboxing…this is the sport of the future.

There was also a bike prom afterwards:Some bikers [...]

Bike Blog nominated in blogger choice awards

So I have been nominated for the bloggers choice awards in the “best pop culture” category. So far I have a whopping 1 vote…huh, pretty damn popular.

I thought it would be fun to try and get some more votes…so if you like bike blog and want to play along…please vote for me.

Yes, [...]

Sad news…14 year old biker killed in Bushwick by hit and run SUV.

14-year-old killed in hit-and-run next to his bicycle…Sunday morning.

Police search for the driver

Eyewitness News

(New York – WABC, April 29, 2007) – A 14-year-old boy is killed in a hit-and-run crash. Now police in Brooklyn say they continue their search for the person responsible.

Eyewitness News reporter Patricia Wu in the [...]