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Ditmas Rides…Again

Now that the weather is getting nicer (not that we even had a winter) Ditmas Rides, a family group ride is starting up again. Here is a message from ride organizer, Rene Netter.

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The next Ditmas Ride will be this Friday (3/16) @ 7:00 pm. We will meet in front of the Library @ the corner of Cortelyou and Argyle.
New: We now have an official Facebook page so check it out and subscribe to it if you want to be kept in the loop:

www.facebook.com/groups/ditmasrides/

The purpose of the Ditmas Rides is for us to have fun and to celebrate and spread a way of getting around we already enjoy. There is no planned route and we the participants will decide where we would like to go shortly before the ride starts. Ditmas Park has a lot of small streets so hopefully we can have a joyful and stress free rides. I myself are planning to bring my daughter Nona Lily along and hope that other parents will bring their children as well.

March 23rd, Alleycat

From Stone Tone and the NYC messkings.

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Monster Track Parties

Some photos from last night Monster Track 13 party at the NYC Chrome
store:

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This comes courtesy of: urbancyclistworldwide.com

Check out more on their photo page.

Speaking of this Saturday’s Alleycat, here is the official after party flyer.

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Artwork by: Stephan Maze Georges
stephangeorges@mac.com
The art will never stop.

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Red Hook Crit Press Release

Press release on this year’s Red Hook Criterium.
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Trimble Racing is proud to announce the 5th annual Red Hook Criterium to be held in Red Hook, Brooklyn on March 24th, 2012.

The Red Hook Criterium is an unsanctioned cycling and running race held at night on a short technical circuit inside the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal. The two disciplines will be held as separate races on the same circuit and in the same format. The cycling event will consist of elite level ‘roadies’, track racers, bike messengers, and urban cyclists competing over 24 laps. Track bikes are mandatory requiring riders to possess both street tuned handling skills and a high level of fitness. The 4 lap running race will attract elite level athletes competing for a large cash purse, custom prizes, and bragging rights to become the first champion of the night time running criterium. “Having both a running and cycling race on the same night will increase the excitement for both competitors and spectators” says organizer David Trimble “I’m happy to bring these two normally divergent communities of athletes together for one special night of racing.” The running race starts at 8:00 pm with the cycling event immediately following at 9:00 pm. The official after-party follows the cycling race.

In addition to the race, the Red Hook Criterium has collaborated with the Red Hook neighborhood to showcase locally crafted artisan goods and official race merchandise. “On its fifth year anniversary everything is bigger and better” says Trimble “Our venues are improved, the competition deeper, the sponsor support on another level, and the Red Hook community further engaged.” The Red Hook Criterium pop-up store will open before the races at 6 pm.

The race is made possible by local and international sponsors and partners, Giro Sport Design, Eastern Mountain Sports, The Greg O’Connell Organization, Cinelli, Timbuk2, San Marco, Castelli, Ride Brooklyn, Spy Optics, Continental, Elita Milano, Peloton Magazine, Sixpoint Brewery, Movers Not Shakers, Pickett Furniture, NYC Cruise, Cinecycle, Gage + Desoto, The Added-Value Farm, Fort Defiance, Dustin Yellin, La Colombe, The Waterfront Barge Museum, Growing Chefs, Roo Design, Adler Vermillion and Skocilich, Fifo Cycles, The Red Hook Star Revue, Monks Meats, The South Brooklyn Industrial Development Corporation and The New York City Economic Development Corporation.

Group rides to the event will be organized from Brooklyn and Manhattan locations. For more information, race registration, schedule, location, prize list, and after-party details please visit:
www.redhookcrit.com

or visit us on facebook at:
www.facebook.com/redhookcrit

The race is located at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal (72 Bowne St, Brooklyn, NY 11231).

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Bikes Belong Benefit at Sid’s NYC

Here’s an event in NYC to benefit cyclists rights nationwide.

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Come join Bicycling magazine and Sid’s Bikes for a VIP event – on St. Patty’s Day – to support cycling advocacy group Bikes Belong and to welcome “Tim Johnson’s Ride on Washington” as they pass through NYC on their way to Washington, D.C.

Event will include:
Free beer from Harpoon Brewery
Great raffle prizes, including a Cannondale SuperSix 4 Rival (worth $2,900).
A chance to support the ongoing fight for cyclists’ rights and meet pro racer Tim Johnson

Saturday, March 17th at 7pm

Sid’s Bikes, 151 W. 19th Street (between 5th and 6th Ave.)

Background:
Taking place from March 15 – 20, “Tim Johnson’s Ride on Washington” is a 5-day, 520-mile bike ride that aims to raise awareness for the rights of cyclists everywhere, and to raise funds for cycling advocacy group Bikes Belong. Team Cannondale professional cyclocross racer Tim Johnson – along with 20 fellow cyclists – will start in Boston, riding all the way to the National Bike Summit in Washington, D.C. Along the way, Tim and his crew will be making stops to celebrate with fellow cyclists and to raise support for cyclists’ rights and Bikes Belong.

More info:
Event invitation,
www.bicycling.com/rideonwashington

Tim Johnson’s Ride on Washington,
rideonwashington.org/

Bikeportland: Story on Women riding the Tour De France route

Happy International Women’s Day!

In honor, here is a story from Bikeportland.org about a group of women cyclists (3 from Portland, Oregon) taking on the challenge of riding the same course of this years Tour de France.

Three Portland Women to tackle Tour De France Route
By: Jonathan Maus
March 6th, 2012

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The Tour de France is the ultimate stage in all of pro cycling; but it’s a stage where only men stand.

What would happen if a team of women with regular jobs and just a little racing experience upstaged the men and rode the exact same route a day before them (all 3,479 kilometers/2,162 miles of it)? This summer we’ll found out.

“To be honest, I think that this is an interesting challenge regardless of gender and I think that’s what makes it powerful. If we continue and drive the ongoing national discussion about women on bikes (and I expect we will) by providing one more point of visibility and a story that is compelling, all the better.”
— Heidi Swift

In July, a team of six women — including three from Portland — will attempt an epic challenge that will pit them against the legendary mountain passes that make up the world’s most famous bike race. Rêve, a company that specializes in taking “teams” of riders on the exact same route of the Tour the pros ride, is behind the event. They’ve partnered with the pro cycling lifestyle and culture publication, peleton magazine (it’s always lowercase they tell me) and the ride will benefit national advocacy organization, Bikes Belong

Read more: here.

Eco-friendly saddle

New eco-friendly saddle:

Becoz: the environmentally friendly saddle

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Press release:

Cycling is good for you and is good for our planet too. Now so is the saddle you ride. Selle Royal has combined its technology with ecological awareness to create Becoz – a new range of environmentally friendly saddles. Selle Royal has always followed a maximum sustainability approach to saddle making and the Becoz range has a significantly lower impact on the environment than traditional saddles.
Selle Royal has examined every aspect of its production process and wherever possible it has replaced fossil-based materials with renewable, sustainable resources. Selle Royal has always campaigned for cycling. The latest battle is to help the environment: Less fossil, more green.

Many cyclists sit and suffer in silence when they ride their bike, perhaps using a hard and narrow racing saddle even as they commuting or enjoying leisure ride with family and friends. Now every cyclist can choose a saddle that suits their style of cycling.
Thanks to the use of Corkgel, the Becoz range of saddles offers a comfortable alternative, with four different models for men and women, suited for every type of riding.
When it comes to cycling comfortably and being environmentally friendly: Becoz is the answer.

Environmentally friendly
Selle Royal has decided to take an active approach to improving the ecology of saddle making. It examined every aspect of the production process and wherever possible it has replaced fossil-based materials with renewable, sustainable resources.
The creation of the Becoz saddle is the start of a strategy to use more and more bio-sourced materials and less and less fossil fuels. Selle Royal’s ultimate goal is to produce a 100% ecological saddle that offers great comfort and is of the highest possible quality.
Selle Royal has invested in research and development to find the most eco-friendly materials for the Becoz saddle.
Becoz stands out from the crowd because of the use of CORKGEL – Selle Royal’s innovative saddle covering that combines a bio-sourced polyurethane gel and natural cork, giving the saddle extra comfort and its distinctive natural brown look. The elastomer of the saddle covering is also made of vegetable palm oil.
Using natural oil-based polypols produces a smaller environmental footprint. The results of a preliminary lifecycle analysis by Five Winds International, indicate that polyols from renewable source result in 36% less global warming emissions and a 23% reduction in total energy demand.
Whoever decides to use a Selle Royal Becoz saddle will be making a conscious decision to help the environment.

Selle Royal is doing as much as it can. The packaging for the Becoz saddle is made from recycled cardboard, while both the floor display and the table display for the Becoz range are made from recycled wood.

The Becoz saddle comes in four models for both men and women, to match for different riding styles: Sport, Athletic, Moderate and Relaxed.

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Find out more: www.selleroyal.com/becoz

Time’s Up Calendar-March

Here is the latest schedule from Time’s Up your local community bike activist organization:

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3/7/11-March on into March, well, at least ride a bike.

Call us nostalgic but Time’s Up is always proud of it’s decades long history in New York City, working for a more ecologically, sustainable future for all. To document this epic history, we are creating a new museum and are looking for your help to raise funds.

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Announcements:

We want to thank you so much for your support over the years. This year, Time’s Up! has reached 25 years old. At this point, and with your support, we will help to launch a brand new history museum highlighting the community’s rich, positive history of grassroots activism and sustainable practices. Please check out today’s story in The New York Times:

www.nytimes.com/2012/03/05/nyregion/east-village-museum-shares-a-piece-of-activist-history.html?ref=nyregion

And to help launch this incredible and crucial project, The Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space (MoRUS), please check out and donate to the Crowdrise video here:

www.crowdrise.com/helpusstartanewhisto

Time’s Up! environmental organization, is helping to launch this innovative, living history museum which will highlight how East Village community members and grassroots organizations stepped up and helped transform abandoned buildings and vacant lots into vibrant community spaces and thriving community gardens as well as used direct action to draw awareness toward diverse public space issues. Many of these grassroots, sustainable efforts and values spread to communities outside the neighborhood and can be seen today throughout the world. Time’s Up! will lend some of its extensive archives to the museum; more information on Time’s Up!’s archives can be found in this New York Times article:

www.nytimes.com/2009/11/28/arts/design/28archives.html?_r=1&adxnnl=1&adxnnlx=1328558671-IHrSzTtS+HGT6aoaGdLWag

We have a storefront location, tour guides and the community’s approval, we just need your support to help open the museum to the public. With every donation we get closer and closer to preserving the neighborhood’s vibrant history and opening the museum so please, please donate, spread the word through e-mail, Facebook and Twitter and know that it is deeply appreciated. All donations will be 100% tax deductible and every donation over $50 will receive a free membership to the museum.

**Please donate here to help get the museum started:

www.crowdrise.com/helpusstartanewhisto

If you would prefer to donate through Paypal, please visit the donate page on the museum’s website:

www.morusnyc.org/support-us/donate

You can also donate by writing a check out to Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space and mailing it to:

Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space
PO Box 2030
New York, NY 10009.
Thank you so much.
With gratitude,

MoRUS and Time’s Up!

www.morusnyc.org

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Recap:

With ongoing support of the Occupy Wall Street Movement, Time’s Up participated in #F27 (February 27th) Global Day of action to reclaim the Food Supply.

Here are some pictures of Time’s Up involvement in the Garden’s Ride and Seed Bombing here in NYC.

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SUPPORT TIME’S UP! Environmental Organization today by making a tax-deductible donation or becoming a member at http://times-up.org/index.php?page=membership-support
ALL DONATIONS ARE 100% TAX DEDUCTIBLE
Time’s Up! is a 20-year-old nonprofit, grassroots environmental organization working to make New York City- and the world- a healthier and more sustainable place to live. All of our events and campaigns are free and open to the public- educational and fun bike rides, bike repair workshops, movie nights and presentations, community garden workdays and outreach, bike and public space advocacy and more.
Become a member, here.

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Come join us for the rides, events and workshops listed below. Details follow the headlines.
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Come join us for the rides, events and workshops listed below. Details follow the headlines.
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1. BROOKLYN CRITICAL MASS
Friday, March 9th, 7:00pm (2nd Friday of the Month)
Grand Army Plaza, Prospect Park and Brooklyn side of the Williamsburg Bridge
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2. CYCLISTA! LADIES & TRANS DANCE RIDE
Saturday, March 10th, 3:30pm
Zuccotti Park, Liberty St. between Broadway and Trinity Pl.
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3. PROSPECT PARK MOONLIGHT RIDE
Saturday, March 10th, 9:00pm
Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn (Northern entrance of Prospect Park where Flatbush Ave. and Eastrern Parkway Intersect.)
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4. PIES OF MARCH RIDE
Thursday, March 15th, 11am, 12pm and 2pm
ABC NO RIO 156 Rivington St.-Manhattan
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5. 7th ANNUAL MEMORIAL RIDE AND WALK
Sunday, March 18th
Various Locations, all five boroughs.
(check the schedule)
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6. PEACE RIDE
Sunday, March 18th, 11am
SW corner of Union Square, at the Gandhi Statue.
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7. OCCUPY THE EMPTY SPACE RIDE
Sunday, March 18th, 1:30pm
Meet at Zuccotti Park, off Liberty and Trinity Pl.
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8. TIMES UP RADIO HOUR
Sunday Nights from 9pm-10pm
www.radiohive.org/category/shows/times-up
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9. WEEKLY BIKE REPAIR WORKSHOPS
In both NYC and Brooklyn locations!
See events listing for details.
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BOOKMARK OUR EVENTS CALENDAR!

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1. BROOKLYN CRITICAL MASS
Friday, March 9th, 7:00pm (2nd Friday of the Month)
Grand Army Plaza, Prospect Park and Brooklyn side of the Williamsburg Bridge

Critical Mass is a monthly celebration of bicycles and other nonpolluting means of transportation,
exercising our right to the road. Critical Mass is a movement, not an organization; no two riders participate for exactly the same reason. Brooklyn Critical Mass started rolling in 2004.
Second Friday of every month, 7:00 p.m., meeting at Grand Army Plaza. Come out and join Critical Mass in Brooklyn. Celebrate cycling, and assert your right to the road — Brooklyn style!

More info from the calender: here.

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2. CYCLISTA! LADIES & TRANS DANCE RIDE
Saturday, March 10th, 3:30pm
Zuccotti Park, Liberty St. between Broadway and Trinity Pl.

“Hey girlfriend, I got a proposition that goes something like this: Dare ya to do what you want. Dare ya to be who you will.”
Female-bodied persons and transgendered folks all around the world are taking a stand for sustainable, self-propelled transportation. Even in countries that discourage them from cycling they are being brave and getting on their bikes. Join us on a ride, a dance and a safe, fun environment where you can learn how to fix your own bike and teach others!
Empower yourself! Ride ends in a party and bike mechanic workshop at Brooklyn Time’s Up space, South 6th St. at 5:30pm. Bicycle dance by Hellz on Wheelz.
Woman, men, trans, queer…everyone welcome.

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3. PROSPECT PARK MOONLIGHT RIDE
Saturday, March 10th, 9:00pm
Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn (Northern entrance of Prospect Park where Flatbush Ave. and Eastrern Parkway Intersect.)

Join us as we discover Prospect Park at night. Prospect Park is a 526-acre urban oasis located in the heart of Brooklyn.
The Prospect Park Moonlight Ride is opened to bikers and skilled skaters. Meet at 9 p.m., Grand Army Plaza, on the second Saturday of the month, every month. This is a safe, peaceful ride that visits many of the little-known treasures the park has to offer. (There is also a Central Park Moonlight Ride.)
Rain at 8:45 pm cancels the ride, period. Snow is good!!!
If you want to race, this is NOT the ride for you. The ride is at night, and it gets dark amongst all the trees in Prospect Park, so bring your favorite bike — the one with lights.
Grand Army Plaza is at the northern entrance of Prospect Park where Flatbush Ave., Eastern Pkwy, Union St. and Prospect Park West all intersect.

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4. PIES OF MARCH RIDE
Thursday, March 15th, 11am, 12pm and 2pm
ABC NO RIO 156 Rivington St.-Manhattan

11am, prop making at ABC NO RIO, 156 Rivington St.-Manhattan
12pm, ride meets at Astor Place Cube at Lafayette St.-Manhattan
2pm, pie-fight at Zuccotti Park, Liberty St. & Broadway-Manhattan

E tu Big Banks? Beware the Pies of March!
Feeling a little betrayed by your banks lately? Feel like banks got bailed out and you got sold out? Don’t want to associate your money with dirty coal and oil? Get on your bike and join us as we ride and take the banks to task. It’s time to Occu-PIE the Banks! Let them eat humble pie! Ride will end in a 4th annual unforgettable pie fight!

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5. 7th ANNUAL MEMORIAL RIDE AND WALK
Sunday, March 18th

The Annual Memorial Ride and Walk brings New Yorkers together to remember pedestrians and cyclists killed in our city over the past year. This will mark the seventh year that this event has occurred. Riders will visit the site of each ghost bike, a white-painted memorial for cyclists, installed in the past year. Please help us show solidarity with the family and friends of those lost by joining us for this important event. Bring flowers and other items to honor those lost.

Bronx-Manhattan Ride
11:30 La Finca Del Sur Community Garden, S138th & Grand Concourse (4 or 5 to E138th St, Bronx)

Queens-Brooklyn Ride
11:30 Cross Bay Pkwy & Beach Channel Dr. (A to Beach 90 or Beach 98, Queens)

Staten Island Ride
12:00 Everything Goes Book Cafe, 208 Bay St (between Victory and Hannah, Staten Island)

Brooklyn Ride
12:30 Avenue T & 9th St. (D to 25th Ave. or N to Avenue U, Brooklyn)

Convergence
4:00 Unnamed memorial, Union Ave. & S5th St., Brooklyn

The event is free and open to all.
Rain date: Sunday, March 25

Day-of updates: www.twitter.com/nycstreetmem
Detailed ride schedule: www.ghostbikes.org/node/906
Facebook event: www.facebook.com/events/179473128822259/
Contact:
http://www.ghostbikes.org/contact
More information: www.ghostbikes.org/new-york-city
Like us: www.facebook.com/NYCGhostBikes

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6. PEACE RIDE
Sunday, March 18th, 11am
SW corner of Union Square, at the Gandhi Statue.

Meets 3rd Sunday of every month at the Ghandi Statute, SW corner of Union Square across from Staples. Join us for a leisurely “peaceful” ride to some of downtown Manhattan’s peace sites, including: Tibet House, former residence of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Point Thank You, Teardrop Park, the Irish Hunger Memorial, art from the Berlin Wall, Robert Wagner Park and the Labyrinth for Contemplation. Great ride for kids and cyclists new to group rides. Co-sponsored by Peace Museum NY.
www.peacemuseumnewyork.org

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7. OCCUPY THE EMPTY SPACE RIDE
Sunday, March 18th, 1:30pm
Meet at Zuccotti Park, off Liberty and Trinity Pl.

Ride to Judson Church where Occupy Wall Street is organizing a teach-in on Occupying Empty Spaces from 2:30-7:30. Dance party out front with Time’s up radical sound biking machine.

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8. TIMES UP RADIO HOUR
Sunday Nights from 9pm-10pm
www.radiohive.org/category/shows/times-up

Times Up!, the NYC Direct Action Environmental Organization, now has a show exclusively on Radiohive. Hosted by Geoff and Keegan. Tune in Sundays from 10:00 PM to 11:00 PM EST. Details: The Time’s Up! Radio Hour will keep you abreast of Time’s Up!’s current campaigns. Hosts Geoff and Keegan will introduce you to the volunteers who are spearheading those campaigns, update you on past victories, and inform you of upcoming events and ways you can get involved. Come listen to our radio show, join our bike rides, and volunteer to save the planet!

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9. WEEKLY BIKE REPAIR WORKSHOPS
In both NYC and Brooklyn locations!

times-up.org/index.php?page=bike-co-op

Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday–Every Week!

*MANHATTAN WORKSHOPS*
156 Rivington Street, between Suffolk and Clinton Streets in the Lower East Side
*BROOKLYN WORKSHOPS*
99 South 6th Street, off of Bedford Ave, right under the Williamsburg Bridge.
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TUESDAY BIKE REPAIR WORKSHOP
Every Tuesday, 6:30pm
Come learn how to fix bikes, do simple maintenance and tune-ups at the bike mechanic skill share.
1st Tuesday- Basics for Beginners
2nd Tuesday- Brakes and Gears
3rd Tuesday- Cups, Cones, and Bearings
4th Tuesday- Wheels and Spokes
*Manhattan Location*

Woman’s Bike Repair Class:
Basics
6:30pm
*Brooklyn Location*

Repair class designed specifically for woman.
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WEDNESDAY FIX YOUR BIKE WORKSHOP
Every Wednesday, 6:30pm

Bring your bike and share skills with other cyclists while you fix up your own bike.
*Brooklyn Location*
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THURSDAY FIX YOUR BIKE WORKSHOP
Every Thursday, 6:30pm

Bring your bike and share skills with other cyclists while you fix up your own bike.
*Manhattan Location*
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SUNDAY BIKE REPAIR WORKSHOP
Every Sunday at 4:00pm

Come learn how to fix bikes, do simple maintenance and tune-ups at the bike mechanic skill share.
1st Tuesday- Basics for Beginners
2nd Tuesday- Brakes and Gears
3rd Tuesday- Cups, Cones, and Bearings
4th Tuesday- Wheels and Spokes

SUNDAY FIX YOUR BIKE WORKSHOP
Every Sunday, Open Workshop from 6:00pm

*Both at Brooklyn Location*

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TIME’S UP! IN THE NEWS
Great Video!
www.vimeo.com/1130599

Times Up! Best Environmental Group of the year 2009!

www.thelmagazine.com/newyork/the-nyc-green-awards/Content?oid=1199158&storyPage=15

Bicycle Film Festival-NYC-June 27-July 1

A message from Brendt Barbur, of the
Bicycle Film Festival.


Hello All

We have a couple of announcements.
1. CALL FOR ENTRIES
2. New York Dates
2. KICKSTARTER for THE COMMENTATOR

1.Calling all filmmakers to submit their films
to the BFF. The due date is April 1.

2.BFF New York dates for June 27- July1!
Please come out and enjoy. There will be folks in New York from
all over the world.

3.Have you seen one of the greatest cycling films ever
made? A SUNDAY IN HELL was made in 1976.

We are making a movie very last minute thirty years later about the Paris Roubaix race in France April 8.
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2105237365/the-commentator

THE COMMENTATOR

Stefan Ruiz and Albert Maysles are shooting the film along with Patrick Trefz and Brian Vernor. I am directing. Legendary filmmaker Jorgen Leth who helped popularize the race with his film A SUNDAY IN HELL will be our main character. The rest of the cast are the fans, racers, and the race itself. The over 150 mile race course across the french landscape is our set. This will all be lightly topped off by a musical score by Blonde Redhead. And Rebekah Maysles and Stefan Ruiz and I are making a book about it too.

If 700 people get behind it
with $10- $50 or so we will make our goal.

Please check it out and let us know what you think?

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2105237365/the-commentator

Any support is really appreciated.

Thanks in advance!

Liberated Hoodie from Outlier

Get liberated with fashion that functions, handmade in Brooklyn. The Liberated Hoodie from Outlier.

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The Liberated Wool Hoodie marks our latest Experiemental Edition, combining the Liberated Wool fabric from our lauded Peacoat with our Classic Hoodie pattern to create a revolutionary 2.5 layer wool softshell that is both breathable and warm.

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A beautiful yarn-dyed worsted wool outer face, soft fleece interior and four way stretch come together for a remarkably light and virtually weatherproof jacket to keep you moving in comfort and style. The Liberated Wool Hoodie has your head covered with a three panel drawstring hood and hidden cord pulls. Nylon/merino cuffs won’t slip and the raglan sleeves make for ease of movement. Nanosphere® treatment shrugs off light rain and spills while the polyurethane membrane and fleece interior keep you comfortable in a wide range of temperatures.

Outlier.cc/liberated

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