Do you love things that look like this? (photo by: 52 projects.)
The Tour del Taco is a roving group bike ride that hits up the best Taco’s in town. Here is a write up in Gothamist:
Saddle up for the 2011 Tour del Taco, a bike ride through the finest taco establishments this [...]
There’s a new social club for people who wanna ride!
Join today: brooklynbicycleclub.org
Back in November, 2010, Michelle Matson and her boyfriend James were seriously injured by a speeding car. After a rather useless investigation by the local police, with a “you should be thankful your alive,” attitude, the couple had to resort to there own information gathering including a flyer campaign, looking for witnesses.
Bicycle Habitat, NYC’s premiere bicycle shop is teaming up with amazing non-profit Recycle-a-bicycle, for a trade-in event at BH’s newest Brooklyn location in Park Slope.
Here are more details from BH’s Blog (bicyclehabitat.wordpress.com)
“Clean out your bike room, for a good cause.
This Sunday, weâ€™re hosting a bike trade-in from 11am-3pm at [...]
Nona Varnado and thebirdwheel.com along with Heather Loop, presents, Bike Burlesque at South Paw in Park Slope Brooklyn.
Facebook events page.
Kind of late but I just saw this on Brooklyn Spoke:
There is a community board 10 meeting tonight to discuss a bike lane for Bay Ridge. From CB10:
“Community Board 10â€™s Traffic and Transportation Committeeâ€¦member Bob Cassara put forward a motion to call on the Department of Transportation to paint a [...]
Just saw this on twitter:
Bicycle Habitat is coming to Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood!
On May 15th, we’re opening a new store in Park Slope, Brooklyn — 5th Ave @ 10th Street
Here is a fun family event to support the Prospect Park West bike lane:
When: Sunday, April 10 Â· 10:30am – 1:30pm Where: Grand Army Plaza Kids and parents: Show your support for the new Prospect Park West bike path by riding it as a family this Sunday, April 10!
Supported by: Ride [...]
There are a lot of very talented bike makers here in the NYC area.
Here are a few articles about two of them.
Lynette Chiang writes the blog: galfromdownunder.blogspot.com.
Back at the end of 2010 she did a story on Seth Rosko (shown left) and Johnny Coast (right) two amazing frame builders who [...]
Joel Epstein is a reporter who’s covers bike related issues.
Here is his latest article in Huff Post, talking about our local politicians tone-deafness towards real sustainable change and the battle over a bike lane.
The Bike Lane Battle of the Bulge By: Joel Epstein Communications and public affairs professional and urbanist Posted: February [...]