Red Bull has been ahead of the curve (pun intended) when it comes to constructing tiny tracks and having urban street racers test their skill in both speed and daring. This year the Mini Drome challenge returned to NYC in a 19th century dance hall turned art space in Maspeth Queens. In order to […]
Remember back when you could pop a Kryptonite lock with a bic pen? I hope those going down to the Philly Bike Expo at the end of the month, plan on bringing their bikes inside.
From Evan Watkey’s blogs Bits and Bikes. […]
I stumbled upon a new blog which takes an interesting and critical look at some of the roadways and commuting options out there for NYC cycling.
Dan Oliverio writes:
His subtitle is: “Where the automobile stops and your feet take over. A blog covering new and old ideas for transportation and its alternatives, […]
I’m not going to tell you who this is, because every other cycling related blog has beat me too it.
(Picture thanks to culturecycles.com)
I’ll tell you this…he’s a famous bike blogger who’s probably read almost as much as this site.
For the one person who doesn’t know already…find out more at J. […]
Its not just about the bikes we ride, but also the cities we ride them in. A courier in London has started this blog Messengertown. Here is a little Info from the site: “This is a companion blog to the Messenger Town group on Flickr, which is exclusively for cycle couriers (bicycle messengers) […]
One of my favorite blogs for information about urban planning and how that involves the bicycle is moving to St. Paul Minnesota.
From hubandspokes “I am sure regular readers have noticed my posting have been leaning more towards the Twin Cities as of late. Starting in November I will be living there full-time. […]