A recent NY Times poll just revealed 66% of New Yorkers think the bike lanes are a good thing. This may be insight that the cycle friendly direction the city has taken may be starting to gain acceptance.
There is also information that New Yorkers are less than enthusiastic about the proposed bike sharing […]
Here are a bunch of NYC bike news that I decided to group into one post.
How about that bike sharing? Guys? Delays in Chicago could be similar to what’s taking so long here.
Chicago Delay Fuels Concern About New York Bike Sharing –NY Times
Here are a couple stories from the Brooklyn […]
Whoah, this is the woman who runs my kids preschool, Parker’s Place.
Looks like there is a new juice bar and family oriented bike shop in Windsor Terrace Brooklyn.
Juice Pedaler-154 Prospect Park SW.
Juice Pedaler Sails Toward Summer Opening A new bike shop-slash-juice bar will soon open its doors on Prospect […]
Bike theft. Such a tragedy, especially when we loose our childhood friends…take the recent case of Bridget who had a bicycle stolen recently.
Bridget contacted me that her teal green Diamond Back mountain bike was stolen on July 29th between 2pm-11pm near the L stop in Williamsburg Brookyln. Even sadder was this was […]
Michael Auerbach, is an associate with Rankin and Taylor who I like to call the bicycle lawyers…I mean need I say more: His wife Lindsay had her green NYCBike 3rdward bicycle stolen yesterday, (7/25/12) early in the morning on Huron street between Manhattan and Franklin. (Greenpoint, Brooklyn)
Be on the look out.
Got this message from the NYC Surf Blog, NYCUrchin.com
“NYC Urchin is partnering up with sustainable clothing line Loomstate on a used bike and shoe drive on Sunday, June 17th at the Brooklyn Flea on the Williamsburg waterfront at North 7th Street, 10am-4pm (rain or shine). We are incredibly excited to unite forces […]
What’s your fetish? Oh Behave. That black tape really pinches, I was thinking more about this: (Photo by: Ed Glazar ) If bikes turn you on…this Saturday, May 26th is the 8th annual Bicycle Fetish Day. Hosted by the: City Reliquary
More about the event: (from the City Reliquary website) Saturday, May 26th, […]
Nona Varnado (thebirdwheel.com) has a nice piece about Bamboo bikes in Berlin…
You may have seen the Bamboo bike studios that have popped up in Brooklyn and San Francisco, or at any of the Bike expos around the country. They’re pretty, environmentally friendly and have a strong DIY component with the option of […]
The D.O.T. has just released it’s new 2012 bike map just in time for May (bike month) I picked up one today for free at Court Cycles (514 Court St.) in Cobble Hill Brooklyn. Over 350,000 detailed maps are available for the right price (free) at most of your local bike shops in the […]
Brooklyn designer Anthony “Tonky” Clune wants to get noticed. He also wants cyclists to be seen so he’s got these great decal packs to dress up your bike to be highly visible to motorists and look like something out of Tron.
Here is a recent article from the Brooklyn Paper and thanks for […]