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Andrew Lynn is blogging

A friend of my in upstate NY from Troy Bike Rescue is blogging at a local paper. Check out Andrew Lynn’s postings at Time’s Union: Bike Blog

The Fashion World Speaks again…

This is so extremely ridiculous its funny, look at what all the bike messengers will be wearing for Spring 2010: Especially because: “Your local bike messenger is probably a scrawny, over-inked meth head with bad hair,”

Find out more insights at Louis Vuitton’s preview

I liked it better when they were misrepresenting our [...]

ECMC comes to Berlin

This weekend there are a number of huge cycling events. In Europe is the 14th, European Cycle Messenger Championships (ECMC) in Berlin from May 28th-June 1st.

Cycle couriers from around Europe and the world will be riding, racing and living it up in the great cycling city of Berlin, Germany in true courier [...]

World Bicycle Domination is Getting closer.

Looks like the fare hikes are going to happen. Dust off those bicycles.

Check out this article from Streetsblog.org’s own Ben Fried…

If state legislators don’t act to undo the outcome of today’s MTA Board meeting, it would mark the second straight year that fares have gone up, which is already a departure from [...]

Bicycle News Round Up-week of 1/26/09

Here are some bicycle news stories from around the world.

To Guatemala: Engineering Students bring bicycle powered washing machines to a small Guatemalan community. The article from the Lantern (Ohio State University Paper) for more info check out: mayapedal.org

or watch this video: ————————————————— On the 24th of January, London had its first [...]

America will have its first Black President…now…

The Tour De France needs at least one black rider. There hasn’t been one in 106 years of this cycling classic. Maybe the Kenyians will find as much success on the bike as they do with running.

Read about their quest in this Guardian.co.uk article.

Find out more at the african cyclist project [...]

Officer Pogan, pleads “not guilty”

Rookie Cop, Patrick Pogan, 23, pleaded not guilty on Tuesday. He was released without bail and ordered to return to court on February 4, according to The Associated Press.

The video of officer Pogan’s assault on cyclist Christopher Long got over a million and a half views on Youtube which illustrates the powerful [...]

Bicycle news round up. Week of November 10th, 2008.

Some stories from the world of bicycles:

The Jakarta Post– Bicycles could disappear from India and China, experts warn due to “un-friendly” bicycles policies from their governments transportation departments. ———————————————————————————- Ontario, Canada–400 bicycles are being sent to Namibia Africa as part of the organization Bicycles for Humanity. read the article in the Goderich [...]

Bicycling is popular in NYC, says annual report

The New York Times had an article on the rise of bicycling in New York City. An annual report from the Department of Transportation says that the popularity rose 35% in 2008. “MORE BIKES”

a bit from the article by Sewell Chan. “Based on figures from an annual count of bicyclists conducted since 1984, [...]

its back, the Bicycle News Round-Up

Alright all you track riders doing tricks like this: (from trackosaurusrex’s blog steves’ 360 skid from j. youngblood on Vimeo. Here is a real death defying trick from Newark New Jersey. Highwire daredevil Nik Wallenda, set a world record by riding his bicycle on a wire suspended 135 feet in the air, with no [...]