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Spring forward your bike for spring

Now that the weather is getting better, well should be soon…It’s time to start thinking about tuning up your bike. The popular bicycling map program and app, Mapmyride.com has some good advice.

For northern hemisphere folks, spring is starting to come into focus. Harsh weather may have conspired to keep you off the roads […]

Knowing you’ve made it

Well, what ever bike culture turns out to be, here is a great way to know you’ve made it as a cycling icon.

Check out NYC’s BMX star Nigel Sylvester…he got his own toy bike:

Read more at RadCollector.com

Check him out in action:

Highsnobiety Presents: Nigel Sylvester from Nate Houghteling on […]

The quest to define bike culture?

J. David Goodman had an interesting article on defining exactly what is bike culture, in the New York Times, city room blog. Read the article, here.

He announces that Transportation Alternatives will be hosting a bike culture summit May 6th here in NYC featuring a discussion with the newly unveiled Bike Snob (Eben […]

Big News.

I’m not going to tell you who this is, because every other cycling related blog has beat me too it.

(Picture thanks to culturecycles.com)

I’ll tell you this…he’s a famous bike blogger who’s probably read almost as much as this site.

For the one person who doesn’t know already…find out more at J. […]

24-bike shop...Vending machine?

Need to patch a tube as you blowout riding back from Hipster Central? Now you can with a 24 hour bike shop…in a vending machine. Practical necessity or Practical joke?

Find out in this NY Time’s article about Traif Bike Gesheft, an eccentric Williamsburg bicycle shop owner, and his wacky invention. 24-Hour Bike Shop […]

Services from Brooklyn Bike and Board

Even though there is a bit of a chill still lingering in the air, you may be thinking about partaking in what many NYers have realized…The bicycle is not only the greatest invention of human kind, it is also the most reliable, most fun and most economical way to navigate around our urban environment. […]

Thanks Gothamist

I got a nice mention in Gothamist about the Red Hook Criterium. Check it out here.

Thanks.

Red Hook Criterium Recap

David August Trimble, has been around bikes his whole life. His father designed the first carbon bike back in the early 80’s as part of Trimble Racing. David is an avid racer himself and each year for the past three years he has been celebrating his birthday with his very own bike race. Last […]

NEW PROJECT…A Travel Guide Book

Well this is going to be a busy year.

I’ve got a book deal!

I’ve teamed up with amazing bike culture photographer: Ed Glazar and superb writer Marci Blackman.

We’re writing the definitive travel guide to biking in NYC loaded with information, bike rides, history and fascinating characters who make up our […]

New website uniting bikers: www.peopleforbikes.org

Eric Bull sent me this info on the launch of a new website that is trying to get a million people to unite for one step closer to WORLD BICYCLE DOMINATION!

If you haven’t heard, this week we launched a great new website and initiative to promote bicycling that I think will be […]