Underground sporting events are an integral part of the NYC bike culture and nothing exemplifies this in a more profound way then the annual Monster Track alleycat race. This event celebrates the fixed gear and is often called NYC’s track bike holiday. It draws riders from all over the world to test their skills [...]
Come find out about the greatest Alleycat ever. Panel discussion with some of the street culture pioneers: Kevin “Squid” Bolger, Carlos “Jc” Ramirez and Victor Ouma. Those who’ve been there since the beginning of NYC’s only, longest running, no brakes, in the streets race. Hosted by the illustrious street poet, Kurt Boone.
Thursday, March [...]
Last year bicycle shorts director Ken Stanek tried a unique experiment. He mounted four cameras onto New York City’s fastest horsemen, Alley cat racers and then played back the footage on four separate big screens. Saturday they tried this stunt again.
Here are a few photos by JC Ramirez, of urbancyclistworldwide.com
and here’s [...]
One of the hardest working couriers and race organizers in NYC, Diablo, (JC Ramirez)
had his bike stolen today in front of the Chrome Store. (238 Mulberry-Manhattan)
Be on the look out!
This Guy, JC Ramirez, otherwise known as Diablo of Cycle Hawk Couriers and the photo blog CallejeroNYC, recently had one of these guys:
Saul Ramirez, born April 12th at 5:06pm. 7.6lbs. Named after Carlos’s brother who died last May, [...]