Time’s Up was recently a segment on a new show of the Yankee’s Channel, the YES network.
Really great story…check it out.
Check out my Regional Links (Chain links)
This is a work in progress, but I want to have a place for all this worldwide Bicycle Culture that keeps poppin up.
Please send me additional links if you want to be on the page.
I am still in the process of linking this on the sidebar.
This was the only way I could find to make separate pages in Blogger. Does anyone know another way to have tabbed separate pages? Let me know.
I dig it, so check out Going.com
This is where I learned about:
Hosted by Blue stockings bookstore, this is a whole weekend of fun events around NYC such as turning the lower east side into a miniature golf course.
Sunday, June 7th. 3pm
Come Out & Play 2008 in New York
Bike Friendly City
Start Time: Sunday 3 PM
Part scavenger hunt, part guerilla art, and part bike race, Bike Friendly City is a game that arms teams with spray chalk and stencils to defend and create a pimped-out biker-friendly city. Play in the bike lanes and explore the streets in ways only an urban biker can appreciate!
The games was inspired by a passion for urban cycling and frustration with things that make that activity scary for the less adventurous. Run three times in 2007, the game has brought together individuals from different bicycle sub-cultures to play nice in our lanes (in a safe way!).
more info, visit the website
Jefferson Siegel filled this report on Al Sharpton’s Mass Appeal.
Bell protesters come full cycle, join Critical Mass
By Jefferson Siegel
For a little while, it seemed like a Critical Mass from the â€œoldâ€ days. Cyclists filled the south end of Union Square for the first time in more than a year, gathering on the last weekday of Bike Month for a pre-ride rally while police stood by on the sidelines.
The rally, organized by Freewheels, the bicycle defense fund, featured a special guest: Reverend Al Sharpton and members of Sean Bellâ€™s family joined riders to speak out against the mass ticketing of cyclists and the fatal police shooting of Bell.
The entire article here
Oh those pesky New Yorkers. Will they never be satisfied? Just because they want to take historic landmarks and chop down 80year old trees to expand a private restaurant that nobody went to.
Such is the current fate of Union Square.
Check out this latest video from Team Spider.
Is this really true?