The Rat Race (Alley Cat) Organized By: Larsen T.
Location- Washington Square Park Time- Registration>>1:00pm Race>>3:00pm (Don’t come late we want to get the race going at the set time) Date- Saturday May 10, 2014 (Subject to Change)
$4.00 To Race ***PRIZES*** -If you want to be a checkpoint person contact me @ email@example.com [...]
Here is a crowd fund campaign for an ultra thin iphone case which also has bike tools.
MYTASK-iPhone Case with Built-In Utility
MyTask, not just a case…
MyTask is not just a case for your iPhone 5/5s, but a revolution in phone protection and utility. Our new myTask case has a [...]
King Kog is opening a store in Oakland and celebrating with 2 parties.
In their never ending quest to aggregate the world wide social network-o-sphere Urban Velo came up with a clever idea.
Starting today, it’s Follow Friday, where they will highlight instagramers worth following for their coverage of bicycle culture.
Check it out: here.
Ever wonder on average what bike mechanics make in average salary, per state? You may be surprised. Cyclist Donny Perry, posted a slide presentation that breaks it down. Perhaps it’s time to invest in another valued skilled labor job. Unionize the bike workers of America.
Visit: ww.slideshare.net/donnyperry/bike-mechanic-salaries [...]
Every day on my commute in NYC I witness reckless behavior from motorists, pedestrians and yes…we bikers. Cars driving in the bike lane, newspaper delivery trucks running red lights, doors flinging open, pedestrians not paying attention when jaywalking…And that’s just what I can witness from the front. Who knows what’s going on behind me. [...]
That’s right, I said #velotinesday. Start the hashtags now and get your sweetheart biker something nice for this lovely Hallmark holiday.
Velojoy.com, has some cute ideas and put them into a gift guide.
Maybe a complete bicycle is too much. How about some real love, a rim job. Get your mind outta [...]
(photos by Liz Patek)
City Council member Brad Lander (39th Council District) joined many street safety activists today in Grand Army Plaza to say: “Visionzero starts today.” Holding up signs that said, “20 is Plenty,” participants are asking for legislation that would require a speed limit of 20 miles an hour to be [...]
Pete Seeger was a folk music pioneer who could easily get people of all stripes to sing along to old time music, such as “We Shall Overcome,” “She’ll be Coming Around the Mountain,” and “This Land is Your Land.” He was a lifelong environmental activist and founder of the Clearwater Hudson River Revival [...]
Just saw this on: Streetsblog.org
NYC Transportation of Tomorrow Forum
December 17, 2013 8:00 am
BNY Mellon 101 Barclay Street 10th Floor Conference Center, East Auditorium-Manhattan
City & State and the Rockefeller Foundation are teaming up to bring together leaders in government and public policy for a forum that [...]