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1/29/14-Time’s Up Memorial Ride for Pete Seeger

Facebook event page

Cycling Double Feature-April 18th: Rev

Next week, a big double feature of great cycling documentaries at The Symphony Space.

Ride the Divide

and

Reveal the Path

Here is more from promoter Gary Harrington,

I am the promoter for the mountain bike films Ride The Divide and Reveal The Path. [...]

POW-people on wheels

On my way home from work I stopped and meet Helen Ho (seen in the photo on the left) and her associate who are starting a new bicycle organization called POW (people on wheels) They had a small table at the base of the Ed Koch bridge (Long Island City side) to take photo [...]

Bikewatch on facebook

Your friendly neighborhood watch for bike theft, Bikewatchnyc, now has a Facebook page.

Join up and let’s watch out for our community.

Cycle me home-to Budapest

Meet Neza, she’s biking across Europe from Spain to Hungary with a group of friends in 38 days. A documentary crew is following along.

Here is more about Neza:

“Let us introduce to you NEZA, a supercool girl who joins us in Ljubljana! Here are some facts about her:

-Where do you [...]

Bike & Food event–June 25th-Slideluck and Trimble Racing

David August Trimble and the Slideluck Potshow are teaming up for a great event in Redhook.

Here is more from the facebook events page.

Following the overwhelming success of the first SLIDELUCK of this year’s Brooklyn Series in Bushwick, we invite you to join us for an evening in a fascinating little corner of [...]

Skirting the issues

Here is more about the now famous prudish behavior of the NYPD for stopping a woman due to her skirt length.

The village voice has a story about it on their blog-Running Scared.

Here Jasmijn Rijcken confirms this was harassment and not a publicity stunt. She made the following statement: “I understand [...]

New facebook group for bike theft

Just caught this new facebook group:

Someone Stole My Bike-NYC

Find out more here.

April 9th, turning Japanese…Japan Aid Alleycat

Got this message from Juliana who is a messenger for breakaway courier. She is throwing an alleycat in NYC to help aid with the disaster relief in Japan. From facebook:

Come out and celebrate the hanami like a track star! Never raced before? Pop it with us at Chari & co, and let the [...]

Save Pablo

Pablo Airaldi is a valuable asset to our bike community, as a messenger, hosting events and recently the owner of the vintage and used bike shop in Greenpoint Brooklyn, Greenpointbikes.com. He’s a knowledgeable and friendly shop owner who is facing deportation on some bs charges. You can help by signing a petition to [...]