I’m adding a bunch of events to the Calendar page:
May 11th there are two great biking events:
1) Bike the Branches Great picture of the Brooklyn’s main library during construction in 1940-Seen on: Brooklynspoke
A great way to explore your neighborhood and the vast network of public libraries which are an amazing [...]
Yes, it’s true, I’m super psyched about bike sharing coming to NYC. Mainly because it puts more people on bicycles and is another viable transportation option, getting my home town one step closer to those other cool cities that have bike sharing, like Paris, Barcelona, Washington, DC and of course Boston.
Actually, my [...]
Doug Gordon of Brooklyn Spoke got a sneak peak at a Citi Bike sharing station in Brooklyn. Here is a recent blog post:
Citi Bike (stations) Come to Brooklyn!
On Saturday, Transportation Alternative’s Paul Steely White nearly broke the Internet when he posted the first picture of a Citi Bike station on a [...]
Imagine this scenario. A devastating hurricane rocks the Eastern seaboard causing major damage, flooding subway tunnels and knocking out power to thousands of NYC residents. You have to get to work and there are no trains. Buses are free, but have massive lines and delays. Take a car? Even more lines and hundreds of [...]
Tomorrow, Friday May 18th is bike to work day, part of bike to work week which is what lead to bike month, according to the League of American Bicyclists.
NPR is documenting this momentous occasion with some online sharing:
Get Ready for Bike to Work Day (and share your photos) By: Bill [...]
Tonight there will be a meeting in Prospect Park Brooklyn of the Road Sharing task force, to present their recommendations about radically changing the 3.3 mile loop in Prospect Park.
Here is more about it from J. David Goodman of the New York Times.
Proposal Would Separate Drivers, Cyclists and Walkers on the Prospect [...]
Come to a meeting tonight for a safer Jay St. in Brooklyn. From: Brooklynspoke.com.
Anyone who rides Jay Street regularly to get to and from the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges knows how dangerous it can be for all street users, and how little any of the most common infractions are ticketed or discouraged. [...]
Looks like the family who had their box bike stolen may have got it back. Saw this on Brooklynspoke.com
Stolen Box Bike UPDATE 12/2 8:26 PM: The bike has been found! See the comments below. Thanks to Mike Green at BikeBlogNYC for first alerting me to this story and to reader Mike for making [...]