Anita Singh from Brooklyn By Bike, has been spearheading food themed bike rides for a bunch of year’s now.
It’s a great way to meet people and eat your way around the city, on bicycle.
Here is a recap from the last one, a donut ride and info on the next one coming up May […]
Anita Singh and her gang (brooklynbybike.com) held the third annual Tour De Taco. Here is a quick recap of the event.(photos)
Our biggest and most anticipated ride, Tour de Taco went off without a hitch this past Sunday! Around 75+ riders joined us for one last summer day (85 degrees!) and five different […]
There will be another installment of the nerd biker tech meetup on October 4th. This is a friendly social event for people who love bikes and want to share tech information such as creating apps, using social networking, data mapping or whatever your into.
Here is some info from Anita at Brooklynbybike.
Brooklyn by Bike, has a new ride this Sunday 6/12/11
Sunday June 12th @ 12 noon. Meet at Grand Army Plaza under the arch and weâ€™ll ride over to the Governorâ€™s Island ferry for the Figment festival! Youâ€™ll be free to ride around on this car free island or join us […]
In soccer when you misbehave you get this:
A fellow blogger had this idea to affix to motorists who misbehave:
Peter Miller came up with the text and the idea that cyclists could make magnets of this and stick it to drivers cars when they act reckless.
Find out more here.
Yesterday, Brooklynbybike.com and some twittererers at #bikenyc, came out for a food carts tour of Queens. (photo by brooklyncyclist.com)
Brooklyncyclist.com has a report back with some photos and a map showing off the food stops.
Don’t be a shy Ronnie this weekend. Sunday, August 15th. Brooklynbybike.com is hosting a food tour through Brooklyn and Queens.
From the site: “Join us for a ride from Brooklyn to Flushing Queens! We will be venturing across two boroughs to taste our way through the street food carts of Roosevelt Ave.
This is […]
Back in the day, I used to do profiles of other bicycle blogs where I would send out questions, got back the answers and then post it up as if I actually did an interview with these people. Ok, I was borrowing from a time honored tradition of zines.
I started this back in […]
I had a great time meeting people at the tweet-up last night. Thanks to @noneck and @brooklynbybike for putting it on. This was basically a meet-up with a group of people who’ve been using twitter to post about things bike related in NYC, using the hashtag #bikenyc. We all sort of geeked out last […]
Back in May, the three of us writing the book got a nice tour of Governor’s Island with Elizabeth Rapuano and Ellen Cavanagh of the Governor’s Island Preservation & Education Corporation. The whole idea is that this small land mass shaped like an ice cream cone just off of the southern tip of Manhattan […]