Just got word from Harry Schwartzman of the upcoming New York Bike Jumble swapmeet, about a new book coming out from a German publisher, Gestalten.
Velo: Bicycle Culture and Design
Here’s a quick description: Velo introduces a wild bunch of passionate cyclists â€“ frame builders, urban planners, artists, photographers, and those who [...]
I got back to town with some bad news.
A really good friend of mine, Jonathan Beck was hit by a car in Brooklyn Monday night (5/3/10) while riding home from work on his bike.
I don’t know how many blog readers knew Jonathan but he loved bikes and is a super warm and [...]
(picture by: Erik Jaeger) It’s that time of the year again: Getting up at 4:00 in the morning to get down to the mall in hopes of snagging a new flatscreen without getting trampled; wiping off the beer stains from your Santa suit and parading along with 500 other drunks in the annual [...]
Just wanted to give a big shout out to Harry and the NY Bike Jumble photo booth. Amazing photographer Keiko Niwa was out a few weeks ago at the Old Stone House, in Park Slope taking photos of people and their trusted rides.
Then the sent everyone a zip file of their photos. I [...]
Yesterday, I stopped by the Bike Jumble’s Photo booth at the Old Stone House in Park Slope. Harry Schwartzman and his crew have come onto the scene by hosting bicycle swap meets and this time they were offering up free photos of cyclists and their bikes by professional photographer Keiko Niwa. Oh yeah and [...]
From Frank Lentini of Bike Jumble:
Sunday November 15th, 2009 11:00am – 3:00pm 336 3rd St, Brooklyn, NY 11215 Continuing to celebrate NYCâ€™s unique cycling culture, The New York Bike Jumble has once again partnered with Brooklynâ€™s The Old Stone House to chronicle the new generation of urban riders.
On Sunday, November 15th from [...]