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July 2019 Critical Mass Recap, See You On August 30th!

It appeared between 200 to 300 cyclists attended last night’s Critical Mass for Safer Streets, without incident, and was completely unharassed by the NYPD, or any other government agency, for the entire 9 mile, 2 hour ride.

Probably the first time, a Critical Mass ride of this size, went unharassed in NYC in […]

The Little Pink Bike Ride

Here is a little story, that anyone can relate to, John Williams from Penzance, Cornwall just completed a bike ride using his seven year old daughter’s bicycle from Bristol to Land’s End England on 9/27/2018.

His daughter Ellie died three years ago from a brain tumor, so John was doing the ride to […]

Manhattan Critical Mass – 7/27/2018

On Friday 7/27/2018, the monthly Critical Mass bike ride will be held in Manhattan (and around the world) at Union Square North at 7 PM according to the xup website (bikenyc.org/events no longer appears to work).

Ten years ago to the month, a NYC Critical Mass rider was physically assaulted in Times Square by […]

The Warriors Fun Ride – 7/7/2018

What was once a 2002 NYC biking legend, is now becoming a NYC biking tradition, with the 2018 edition of “The Warriors Fun Ride” scheduled for July 7-8, 2018, “dusk till dawn”. Previous rides were organized in 2014, and 2016.

The images below are all the details you should need, from a flyer given […]

Bike path along Belt Parkway rebuilt East of Plumb Beach

Three years ago, the City repaired a 450 foot length of bike path, to the West of the Plumb Beach parking lot, damaged by Hurricane Sandy in Brooklyn during 10/2012, and other prior storms.

It was recently discovered this month, 3/2018, that an even longer portion of the bike path to the East […]

The Pope Is Blessed By A Bike

Three-time world cycling champion, Peter Sagan (27) gifted a customized racing bicycle, in Papal colors, to Pope Francis (81) on 1/24/2018 according to the The Local Italy.

In other Catholic Pedalphile news, more local to home, the 20th Annual Blessing of the Bikes, has a tentative date of Saturday 5/5/2018 at 9 am […]

The Crash Seen Around The World

New Year’s celebratory fireworks reached Australia first in 2018.

But for Queensland cyclist Geoffrey James, it started off with a different kind of bang, when graphic video of him emerged online being struck from behind, by a speeding car, while he was legally riding in the road, and then laying on ground in […]

World Day of Remembrance – Sunday 11/19/2017

This Sunday, 11/19/2017 marks World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims:

massacre of eight defenseless cyclists on the West Side Greeenway by a self declared terrorist last month, this event occurs at an especially hard time for the NYC cycling community, in which there are passionate calls nationwide for Gun Control, by […]

On Bicycle Terrorism

The past week was likely the worst one in NYC cycling history, and one of the worst ever worldwide up to this point.

Photo Source: AP

According to Streetsblog (Gothamist, another bike-friendly publication no longer exists as of 11/2/2017), the Hudson River Greenway has become an unsafe security obstacle course after 8 cyclists […]

Bike Kill 2017 – 14th Fall Edition! When? Where?

UPDATE: Rejoice, Bike Kill 14 is finally found!

All the information you will need is located at this facebook event.

It’s that time of year again for Black Label hosted “Bike Kill” (14th Annual Fall Edition), and everyone is wondering (of course, because it is the best day of the year for some), […]