Cyclist, long time supporter of Time’s Up and owner of the East Village bar and institution: D.B.A. is in critical condition at Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan.
54 year old Ray Deter, was hit by a Jaguar driver on Canal Street, yesterday around 5:30pm.
According to gothamist.com, one eye-witness says: “he was lying in [...]
So it seems the NYPD are in such a rush to ticket bike riders, they haven’t bothered to look at the laws.
Streetsblog.org got a hold of cheat sheet given to officers.
More on this from Gothamist:
The NYPD’s escalating crackdown on cyclists, “Operation Safe Cycle,” has resulted in a spike [...]
This was a big weekend for biking.
Saturday was the Blessing of the bikes.
Here is my buddy Eugene doing a track stand in the Church of Saint John the Divine.
Then there was the NY Press and Transportation Alternatives sponsored: New Amsterdam Bicycle Show, a new convention for bikes, [...]
Got a few bikes to look out for:
My mint condition women’s 2007 21 speed Cannondale Adventure Hybrid was jacked outside of Bierkraft around 5pm yesterday on 5th Avenue at Sacket (Park Slope, Brooklyn) It has a small white bike light, clear plastic bubble horn, clear with blue lettering Tony’s [...]
Sunday was the “We ride the lanes,” family friendly bike rally to support the Prospect Park Bike Lane. I stopped by with the family and friends and found myself trying to explain to a man with a foreign accent, “Why would anyone be against a bike lane?”
Here is an article from Grist.org [...]
I think the biggest fool’s day event was the very successful run of the @bronxzooscobra on twitter. Oh well, now that the 20″ Egyptian cobra is safely back in her tank and not gallivanting all over the city, somehow will have to find a way to get on with our lives.
Today starts #30daysofbiking, [...]
Dateline 3/24/11. Our old pal the Prospect Park West Bike lane is still blowing up the news like the crazed tweets of Martin Sheen’s son, well maybe not that popular. (Charlie Sheen does have 3,141,447 followers on twitter.)
WNYC’s Brian Lehrer couldn’t resist the opportunity since the cover spread in NY Magazine. Yesterday [...]
There is really good coverage of this year’s Memorial Ride and Walk on Gothamist.
(photo by: Dmitry Gudkov)
As previously mentioned, the 6th annual Memorial Ride and Walk took place yesterday at locations throughout NYC where cyclists and pedestrians were killed last year. Here are some more photos from the memorial, including a [...]
If you get caught in Central Park running a red light, you may get a $270.00 ticket by the NYPD as part of their “Operation Safe Cycle.” If you get caught in the Bronx, you might also catch a beating.
From the NY Daily News: Cops beat me up for riding on the sidewalk: [...]
Looks like the city is spending more on pothole repair then bike infrastructure. Latest from Gothamist.
Extra Pothole Filling Costs More Than NYC Bike Lane Budget By John Del Signore on Feb 17, 2011
For drivers, bad potholes are typically more costly than they are dangerous, but for cyclists they can be [...]