Thanks to Urban Velo, for the review of our new bike guide to NYC.
BIKE NYC â€“ The Cyclistâ€™s guide to New York City
“BIKE NYC is a new guidebook to cycling NYC written by three Urban Velo contributors. Perhaps the best known of the bunch is Michael Green, the man [...]
After a year of interviews, rides and writing…the book I co-authored with Marci Blackman and Ed Glazar has hit the shelves. BIKE NYC. The Cyclist’s guide to New York City.
Pick it up in your local book store or order it from Amazon.com.
Here is the official press release from our publisher, Skyhorsepublishing.com [...]
Friday April 29th, Critical Mass all around the world including…NYC. Meet at Union Square North at 7pm for a fun festive ride around town.
April 30th, Kick off the bicycle season with the 13th annual Blessing of the Bikes. (photo by Ed Glazar) 9:30am-SHARP! at the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine 112th [...]
With all that’s been going on in the biking world from angry politicians blaming bicycle infrastructure to flat out violent road rage, this couldn’t come at a better time to stop and reflect.
Sunday, March 13, 2011 the 6th Annual Memorial Ride & Walk From the NYC Street Memorial Project: The Annual Memorial Ride [...]
We’ve been hard at work writing our upcoming book.
Here is a little video Ed posted as a trailer.
Thanks to Go Pro Camera
the NY Times did a story on the Midnight Keirin Club underground track bike street racing hosted by CK.
With a great photo by Ed Glazar.
(photo by Ed Glazar) Photo caption: John Kniesly took a corner during a race around McCarren Park in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, on Monday night.
Night Racing for Pride [...]
Ed Glazar was on the scene of the 6th Annual Bicycle Fetish Day, last weekend. (Photo of the Classic Riders)
Check out his coverage on the blog for our upcoming book bikenycthebook.com
got give a shout out to Diablo for his Monster Track 11 video:
Keep up the great video. That’s Diablo on the left with Felipe and Yatika left to right. Photo by Ed Glazar) [...]
David August Trimble, has been around bikes his whole life. His father designed the first carbon bike back in the early 80′s as part of Trimble Racing. David is an avid racer himself and each year for the past three years he has been celebrating his birthday with his very own bike race. Last [...]
Well this is going to be a busy year.
Iâ€™ve got a book deal!
Iâ€™ve teamed up with amazing bike culture photographer: Ed Glazar and superb writer Marci Blackman.
Weâ€™re writing the definitive travel guide to biking in NYC loaded with information, bike rides, history and fascinating characters who make up our [...]