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WeBike Party 2.0

Tonight WeBike is having another party.

Find out more: here.

The Minimal Pack-Ultralight from Outlier

Introducing a new compactable backpack from Outlier made from ultralight hyper light [...]

Citi-pedi-Bike

Never underestimate the economic ingenuity of a New Yorker

Posted on twitter by: Jeremy Lenz (@jeremy646)

WeBike–to Happy Hour

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 [...]

Right of Way-Using Visuals to Make the Public Aware of Unsafe Streets

Last month the group Right of Way took street safety into their own hands and extended the bike on 6th Ave. One of the tactics of this advocacy organization is to use visuals such as a stencil to make the public aware of the dangers on the streets to cyclists and pedestrians from reckless [...]

Next area for a Bike Lane Expansion: The Hudson River

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 [...]

R-E-S-P-C-T on my B-I-K-E

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 [...]

Big victory for StreetsPac

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 [...]

Hand-Built Bike Show Comes to Brooklyn-Bike Cult Show

Legendary bike mechanic Dave Perry wrote the bicycle encyclopedia bike cult back in 1995 when bicycle culture was fairly outlaw and underground. Now it’s high fashion and much more in the spot light as viable transportation.

This has also lead to a renaissance of bespoke and custom made frames and components with independent builders creating magnificent and artful creations all around North America.

Dave is teaming up with Harry Schwartzman of the Bike Jumblefor a hand built show right here in Brooklyn, to show off some of the brightest Northeast frame builders.

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The Bike Cult Show
Labor Day Weekend
August 30 & 31, 2013
Warsaw Concert Hall, 261 Driggs Ave, BROOKLYN, NY

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StreetsPAC Ride and Meet City Council Candidates

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.

And

Carlos Menchaca-District 38-Sunset Park, Red [...]