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Fixed gear explosion…hits NY Times.

In this Sundays edition of the NY Times is a lengthy article on fixed gears and the culture that has gone along with these unique bicycles.

Unstoppable, by Jocko Weyland, Author of the article and the book: “the answer is never: a skatboarders history of the world”, does a good job of exploring people [...]

Critical Mass takes off…on the Subway?

In a bizarre twist of spontaneous regrouping and the immediate need to not be lambs for the slaughter, a small group of legally gathered, un-permitted bike riders (less than 50) took another form of transportation…the subway to start the April Critical Mass. At around 7:30pm, April 27th, 2007 less than 50 people gathered at [...]

A28…Bush is Over!

Tomorrow is the national day of action to begin the impeachment process of BUSH. Bush is over if you want it.

go to a28.org to find out where the nearest action is.

It is a day to spell out impeachment for photo ops and to let the world know how you would like George [...]

New coverage of Bike Polo in NYC

the bike polo coverage is non stop, and the East Side Invitational hasn’t even started yet. Here is a video story from the NY Times

and here is an article

Critical Mass Tomorrow

Tomorrow is NYC critical Mass…check out this video from glassbead collective from last months ride.

on time’s up video .

This was a collaborative effort of many volunteer videographers of the lame behavior of the NYPD.

Tomorrow ESPI

East Side Polo Invitational starts in NYC…

Bike Polo…Check out this mallet cam…by Chris Habib

Here is a more detailed schedule:

Friday Party and Registration: Bushwick Country Club 618 Grand St, Brooklyn Happy hour until 10:00 for contenders.

Saturday Qualifiers: Game play starts at 10:00am sharp. Chrystie/ Broome St. Court.

Polo Sprints: [...]

Protest is alive and well in NYC…

Yesterday, activists gathered in City Hall Park to protest the head of the city council, Christine Quinn, who has taken a stance on the side of the police in the new parade rules which state…that no more than 50 people can demonstrate without a permit.

Gays, Lesbians and Transgender activists lead a small march [...]

Support Bleeker St and Prince St. Bike Lanes

We need people who live and work in Community Board 2 to stand up andsupport the Transportation Committee’s resolution in support of bikeimprovements on Prince, Bleecker AND Houston Streets!

Here are the meeting details:

Thursday, April 19th, 6:30pmSt Vincent’s Hospital, Cronin Auditorium, 10th floorWest 12th Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues*Please arrive by 6:45pmSign [...]

Saturday, Time’s Up EarthDay Ride

Sunday is officially Earthday…Time’s Up is having an Earthday ride Saturday–April 21st.

1:00pm Union Square South

Join Time’s Up! as we ride to an Earth Day Celebration at an Environmental School that is growing in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

The Urban Assembly School for the Urban Environment is a new junior high and high school that [...]

Velo Series is Back!

Ok, the Cycle Messenger World Championships are in lovely Dublin Ireland this year…the website August 3rd-7th.

There is a chance to win free tickets, on the track in three cities…Find out more Cyclehawk website

Check out this promo

The NYC event is at Kissena’s velodrome…Sunday May, 6th, 2007

Then there will be [...]