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San Francisco is hosting the NACCC

On the West Coast, San Francisco is home to the 2007 North American Cycle Courier Championships…no idea who won…yet.

Here are some pictures from this weekend from Flickr.

Our own Kym P. in the main race…picture found by Adam Alpren

a few pictures from the trackstands…from 100 fires
Dagga in the trackstand competition

Alex

McBomb
Hal, from Tokyo, doing skid


Here is a great blog from Kansas City Missouri… Bikeliker …yes they have alleycats there…

They interviewed Austin about being the 2006 NACC Champion.


I’m getting the impression that the 2008 Naccc is being held in Chicago. Goto Bikeliker to vote on the logo you like best.

Another video from Carlos

From Bridge battle race and Trackstar’s track events/bicycle film festival block party…

Congratulations!

There’s a new biker in town…

Congratulations to Amy and Kevin “squid” Bolger on their new baby…Keiran Wolf Bolger 5lbs, 9 oz. Born 7:44am May 25th, 2007

Video from Carlos

Here is a video from Carlos of Angel’s race, goldsprints, Joy Ride art show and the NYC messenger community.

A little rushed

sorry, I was a little rushed on the latest critical mass report and didn’t really put in much details.

Here is a video from Chris “teamspider” Ryan, from last nights, NYC criticalmass.

This just in…Event today.

See these happy bikers…

They are on the…

Upper Manhattan Bike Tour
Saturday, May 26th, 2007
North end of Central Park at W 110th Street and Lenox Ave. (right by the exit of the park’s East Drive )
2:00 pm

Bike the upper reaches of Manhattan to learn about the recreational resources, historic landmarks, and vistas from the highlands. This Saturday’s ride will highlight landmarks associated with artists, writers, poets and public figures of Harlem , such as Julia de Burgos, James Baldwin, Countee Cullen, Audre Lorde, Jacob Lawrence, Augusta Savage, and many others. Bring $ for refreshments.

Bike Month Critical Mass as advertised by the DOT

Well its coming to the end of Bike Month and what better way to celebrate it then to go the monthly bike ride, critical mass. This is where you can ride your bike in a group and get harassed by the NYPD who STILL has nothing better to do then criminalize bike riding. Tonight was no different.

About 200 people showed up, about 150 more then last months drizzly ride where we all hopped on the subway and headed downtown to avoid the cops.

This time the ride left Union Square and headed down 5th Ave. where they were surrounded by tons of cops. This month the cops officially gave out the parading without a permit ticket…Happy Bike Month.

The group split up and 50 people went to Washington Square park to reconvene, another group of about 25 went to Madison Park. Madison was surrounded by cops and people were affraid to leave.

I heard rumors that the ride linked up and a group of 50 rode without harrassment for at least an hour. More info to come.

Saturday is Bike Fetish Day.

Hosted by the City Reliquary and there will be an Alleycat Race leaving from Bicycle Fetish Day…

my flyer with cool picture from last year

Their flyer with useful information…like where Bike Fetish Day is.

Flashback…of Pirate Bikearrrrs

Chris Ryan has this video from the Saturday Bike Film Festival Bike Parade.

Arrrrrrghghghghgh!!

and from the Track Bike events… a supreme New York thing

Planning meeting for waterfront bikeway.

Eleven miles of the waterfront bikeway (from Coney Island to the Navy Yard) have been planned.

The three miles in Williamsburg & Greenpoint have not.

Come out and make it happen!

What: Greenway Planning Workshop for Greenpoint & Williamsburg
When: Thursday, May 24th, 6: 0 0 PM
Where: Brooklyn Brewery, 79 North 11th St. (L train to Bedford Ave)

THIS IS A REALLY IMPORTANT DEAL! According to the Community Board in Williamsburg, our community wants a passive greenway, meaning no bikes and small paths made just for walking, etc etc. If we don’t speak up…that is exactly what we will get.

Come to this workshop style meeting (aka less talking, more table design work a la community charette) and get your vision for the williamsburg waterfront heard. (And then enjoy a little beer tasting at the end…ooh la la! this is my type of meeting!)

Your voice and your ideas are needed to make it happen. Register today at info@brooklyngreenway.org. . Space is limited.

Get a glimpse of the vision in this streetsblog

A free beer tasting will follow the workshop!