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2/2/14 Demonstration to Demand Homerule for NYC Speed Limits.

Since Brooklyn has now been rated as the second most expensive city to live in…perhaps we can work on it not being the deadliest place to cross a street or ride a bicycle.

Motor vehicles are out of control, smashing into Hardware stores in Staten Island: (from the Staten Island Advance )

You’re not [...]

#bikenyc Community History-a panel discussion at Red Lantern Bicycles

One thing the cycling community in New York City can agree on is that it has a rich history, filled with significant events that have shaped the popularity of the bike culture to what it is today. What is often debated by bike advocates and activists is which groups or individuals are responsible for [...]

Goodbye to a kind soul. Cyclist Danny Lieberman

Danny Lieberman with Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan at this year’s Five Boro Bike Tour.

I meet Danny a dozen times on rides, street memorials and throughout the bicycle scene. He was a warm kind-hearted soul and I was saddened to find out he recently passed away from leukemia. Here is a beautiful remembrance by [...]

Time’s Up 25th Anniversary Party!

!!!Time’s Up 25th Anniversary PartyTOMORROW!!!

Tickets: xup.charityhappenings.org/

From Time’s Up– Reminder: Time’s Up!’s 25th anniversary fundraiser is tomorrow, July 3rd from 8pm-Midnight at the Brooklyn Brewery, 79 N 11th St, Brooklyn!

There will be a free group ride to the party with our famous sound bike: 7pm Union Square North We will offer [...]