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Not really looking for holiday sweaters though:
Two people wanted me to post this about their bikes being stolen:
Thought you might be able to post about my bike…
Had my bike stolen last night (October 1st) on Havemeyer between Grand and Metro. Wish I had a picture of it, but I don’t. It’s a mountain bike with a slick on the back wheel and nobby up front. The color is basically rust (I stripped all the paint and did a thin clear coat so it would rust up the surface. Thought it would make the bike less of a target…) I just put a couple hundred bucks into new tires, rear hub, etc.
Well, no expectations on finding it, I just wanted to give everyone a heads up that bikes aren’t as safe as you may think; Krypto locks and chains notwithstanding.
If you do spot the bike somewhere in the hood (I live three blocks there) please let me know – email@example.com
According to the blog bikeportland.org the city of Portland, Oregon is proclaiming their love for the bike couriers. Congratulation.
How does he get any work done being drunk all the time? Well he did the right thing for our bike messengers.
Read the story here.
So there are a couple of food rides tomorrow: First-
the Tour de Taco
Weâ€™re joining forces with El Tour del Taco and will be combining a love of cycling with a love of tacos! This ride starts on the UWS at Taqueria y Fonda (968 Amsterdam) at 12 noon but since this is Brooklyn by Bike, we will be leading a ride from the Grand Army Plaza Arch at 10:30am.
This an all day event that will be going live on Twitter so if you canâ€™t make it in the morning, you can join us along the way!
Hereâ€™s the list of destinations (now in order!):
01. Taqueria y Fonda â€“ Amsterdam btwn 107th & 108th, Manhattan
the annual Brooklyn Greenmarket bike tour
Meet Greenmarket farmers, nosh your way through some of Brooklyn’s finest farmers’ markets, and go on a fun bike ride with Timeâ€™s Up Environmental Group and Greenmarket!
The air is crisp, the leaves are changing colors, and the farmers’ markets are on the cusp of Fall. All this means that now is the best time to EAT! Work up an appetite as we bike the Saturday Brooklyn Greenmarkets and eat Fall’s bounty. The tour begins at the Greenpoint Rooftop Farm, where farmer Annie Novak will give us a tour of this stunning 6,000 sq foot farm sitting atop a warehouse in industrial Brooklyn. Afterward, weâ€™ll head to the McCarren Park market for coffee, breakfast and bike tune-ups (provided by NYC Bikes) before riding to the Brooklyn Borough Hall market for some cider pressing and cider doughnut eating. Next weâ€™ll go to the Ft. Greene market for a worm bin composting demonstration by the Ft. Greene Compost Project folks. We’ll end our insider’s tour at Brooklyn’s largest Greenmarket, Grand Army Plaza, with a cooking demonstration hosted by Jacques Gautier of Palo Santo and market-inspired lunch in the park with a couple of Greenmarket farmers.
Space is limited, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org For more information, visit www.cenyc.org/biketour
Today is Messenger Appreciation day.
After years of exploitation and of risking life and limb, we decided to take matters into our own hands and created the Mess Kollective.
Big shout out to Tone, Kym, Erik and Aias holding it down all the time, all weather.
also, check out the Mess Kollective Blog, and read about Kym’s exploits with a haircut gone wild, travels to Tokyo and the CMWC 2009.
Dunelt 3 speed Vintage English 1950′s
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Why stop there. The wheels should fold up too.
More at gizmodo.com
My Tech watch dog, Dan Katz, sent me a link to this new Gyrowheel. Help kids to learn to ride bikes, that ride themselves.
Speaking of videos, it’s the bicycle film festival in Milano…
Ok, now the videos:
You’ve probably all seen this by now, but this was quite the scene caught on video between a cab driver and a pedicab.
This video was made by the San Diego shop and blog: velo cult, on a recent camping trip to Interbike.
Hey the kids are alright, on a track bike:
Bootleg sessions in Philly:
and with Photo-chromatic paint, your bike can have a sunburn. (Seen on hipsternascar.com
Rafale music video:
Bootleg sessions in China with 16 bikes.
Cyclocross in Oregon:
This has nothing to do with bikes…but my gawd its funny: (seen on blogtoliet.com
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The idea is we can have our own 1010wins traffic report and eventually use this technology for all roadways in the city.
All we ask is serious road condition reports only. Save that you saw someone like this: