Parking day was a huge success. Lots of great guests throughout the day. I hope to make the individual performances and interviews available on line. Soon as I get back from a family gathering at the Jersey Shore.
Ok here is where to view the live stream for Parking Day.
Hopefully this will be up and running.
Feel free to email me at: email@example.com throughout the day with comments, questions or to let me know what you think of the live feed.
Here is an updated list on who will be appearing on the show:
10:00am-Reverend Billy Voterevbilly.org
As you must know by now I will be hosting a live web show from our parking space for Parking day.
Here is a schedule of the guests who are coming by:
Tomorrow morning there will be a web link on this blog telling you how to pickup our broadcast.
Well it’s that time again, when bike couriers from around the world, duke it out to see who’s the fastest and can remain upright after downing the most beers. This year, its Saki shots as the world’s bike messengers descend upon TOKYO Japan.
Tomorrow is an the, “ART RUSH”
description on their site:
The Media that we are calling for is a T-shirt.
One person heading East, is our main purveyor of freestyle fixed gear culture, Non other then PROLLY.
Good Luck to him (Jealous)
We’ll be looking for some updates on twitter
Next year its CMWC in Guatemala
and it looks like Chicago is putting in a bid in Tokyo for 2011.
They’ve already got a website.
Two DJ’s from the eclectic radio station WFMU are about to make radio history.
Here’s the scope:
Monday, September 28th, 2009.
Be a part of the world’s first-ever completely mobile bike-powered radio broadcast: RIDIN’ DIRTY with DJs Marty McSorley and Trent.
We will be doing a radio show live from behind a bike, strapped to an 8-foot trailer, provided by the excellent Band of Bicycles – complete with an on-bike sound system and power generator. The show will be broadcast live on WFMU 91.1fm, and worldwide at WFMU.org.
We have a lot of fun lined up already – mobile liquid love from Delicious Beverages, DJ sets from some of the the thousands of artsy types who live along the route, and bike-blended smoothies at McCarren park.
But we need your help to fill in the blanks!! DO you have an amazing bike-powered invention you’d like to chat about / demonstrate on the air? Do you have a bike-themed DJ set you’d like to contribute via your iPod? Just want to caravan around and cause some trouble? Let us know how you’d like to contribute along the route.
Here is out approximate plan, subject to change, of course.
6 – 8pm – Picnic in Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park, under Manhattan Bridge, Dumbo
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP if you’re interested in performing / sharing / caravaning. Please also spread the word to other bike-minded heads who might have something to share, let’s make it happen for REAL!
Any questions, lemme know.
So I will be hosting a live web stream from our parking space as part of Parking Day
Bikeblognyc.com, your source for urban bike culture in NYC and beyond is hosting a live web stream from our parking space at 156 Rivington St. (between Clinton and Suffolk St in the Lower East Side of Manhattan)
The idea is that I will be having guests stop by throughout the day, from 9am-5pm and sitting down for 15-20 minute interviews. Think of it as a live talk show, with prominent members of the bicycle community here in NYC. Part of my quest to have more journalistic endeavors and to become the NPR of the bike blog world.
This will be in coordination with Time’s Up, an amazing environmental action and education non-profit that has been providing bike repair workshops and free events for over 20 years.
Also, www.shootingpeople.org, a great online resource for film makers, is contributing technical assistance.
There will be a link to the video stream posted on bikeblognyc.com on the day of.
Here is a list of guests who are slated to appear on the show (the order of appearances TBD)
-Reverend Billy, talking his Mayoral race, his long time support of the critical mass and the bike community and possibly a little sermon.
-Hannah Borgeson, from Bike New York, who brings you the amazing 5 boro bike tour.
-Heather Berger, form the Bicycle Film Festival, which is just about to kick off its European leg, now in its 9th year.
-Andrew Katzander, Perhaps you’ve seen a pedicab riding by with erotic dancers working a pole…no you haven’t been drinking…find out all about:
-Shin-pei Tsay, Deputy Director of Transportation Alternatives to talk about the rise in biking in NYC and the recent New Amsterdam Bike Slam.
-A representative form Bamboo Bike Studio
-Peter Meitzler, one of the founders to bring pedicabs to New York City. Manhattan Rickshaw Company.
And more surprise guests.
Stop by and see the show in person, visit ABC No Rio and one of Time’s Up spaces.
Tune into the live stream, email comments and chat with our guests.
If you think you may tune into the live stream, then let me know here on facebook.
See you Friday.
Our space is:
Looks like Warsaw Poland won the bid for CMWC 2011.
How do you say congratulations in Polish?
Just wanted to give a big shout out to The Pedal Pushers Club
They sent me a couple of awesome tshirts and a belt.
They print one of my favorite designs:
They have a simple statement on their site describing what they are about:
The Pedal Pushers Club: We ride bikes. And make t-shirts. That’s about all there is to say about that. Need more? Shoot us an email at email@example.com or call anytime at 718-314-8353. You can reasonably expect us to answer most of the time during the day and sometimes at night.
Right now they are giving a special offer. When you use the discount code “nycbikeblog” take 20% off.
They can also do vinyl for such things as stickers and they are making me a banner for Friday’s parking day.
Now they are making a line of clothing including a rugged pair of shoes, perfect for fitting into a toe clip for short trips or long weekend rides.
They are now having a promotion to give away a Raleigh Rush Hour bicycle.