WeBikeNYC is hosting happy hour tonight.
Irving Farm Coffee Roasters
WE Bike NYC Don’t have dinner plans tonight? GREAT, neither do WE! Join us for Happy Hour tonight instead, between 6 and 8pm. There’ll be coffee, beer, and good people (of all genders) AND you could win some free stuff. More details: Facebook [...]
Meet Judah Schiller of Aiko Agency an innovative design firm who developed pontoons to attach to your bicycle.
This is part of the Baycycle Project.
On Thursday, Judah took his creation across the Hudson River.
From the NY DailyNews
Judah Schiller introduces ‘water biking’ to New York with ride across the Hudson River [...]
You better think… Alright ladies (cyclists) You’ve been misrepresented for too long. The women bike program of the League of American Cyclists have just released the Women on a Roll helping to quell common myths about women and cycling.
They also created this handy iconography:
From the site:
A first-of-its-kind report from [...]
Not a bad start for StreetsPAC, a group dedicated to electing public officials who share a common vision of safer streets for NYC.
Their members and volunteers made a great effort in getting the vote out, hitting up cyclists across the city with concise literature that highlighted their endorsed candidates.
Here is an [...]
StreetsPAC is a political action committee dedicated to livable and safer streets in NYC.
They are having a bike ride on Saturday the 20th to introduce two city council candidates in Brooklyn who they feel best represent their safe streets agenda.
Antonio Reynoso-District 34-Williamsburg, Bushwick and Ridgewood.
Carlos Menchaca-District 38-Sunset Park, Red [...]
A weekend of events, NYC Cycling History-with NY Bike Jumble.
From NY Bike Jumble:
Please join us on the evening of Saturday, June 29th and during the day on Sunday June 30th for a New York City cycling history bonanza!
In support of ‘Strong Backs, Weak Minds – the saga of [...]
Summer fun with Time’s Up.
MANHATTAN CRITICAL MASS Friday, June 28, 7:00pm Union Square North
This ride that changed New York City takes place the last Friday of every month. It is a celebration of cycling and a biker’s right to the road. Critical Mass is held in over 200 cities around the [...]
When I think of the acronym PAC or Political Action Commitee, I think of guys like this:
Sheldon Adelson, billionaire casino magnet who was one of the largest campaign funders to a super PAC for Mitt Romney’s loosing campaign. Ah, money can’t buy everything.
Then I think of this great political folly [...]