Brooklyn designer Anthony “Tonky” Clune wants to get noticed. He also wants cyclists to be seen so he’s got these great decal packs to dress up your bike to be highly visible to motorists and look like something out of Tron.
Here is a recent article from the Brooklyn Paper and thanks for […]
A while back I mentioned Elly Blue and her feminist cycling zine.
She asked me to mention her next project and her kickstarter page.
Taking the Lane 6: Lines on the Map.
The previous issue of Taking the Lane (#5, Our Bodies, Our Bikes), was about bodies, health, and the physical aspects […]
Sorry, here are a few videos to prolong your Monday.
This video has been passed around like wildfire, so I assume most people know about it.
Last year Red Peak created an experimental calender for Hudson Urban Bicycles. In their words: January 1st 2011 we took a fully loaded bike, bells, basket, lights and […]
I was super psyched to be contacted by the fine folks at Monkey Lectric. They hooked me up about 5 years ago with their led light and it was such an attention grabber. Now they’ve got a new and improved model, the mini monkey light, inspired with some 8-bit illumination.
Here is a […]
Whether you’re a fan of critical mass, hate it or have no idea what the hell it is…There is an amazing documentary in the works that needs your help in getting the story told.
This is the last week the help fund Christopher Ryan’s film. There is a new trailer out:
And here […]
According to NYCgo.com NYC has 18,696 eating establishments. What it does not have however is a city wide program in which to compost. Therefore, reusable food matter goes where…you guessed it, into the landfill. The folks at New York Compost would like to change that.
I learned about this on Treehugger.com who pointed out […]
Since it recently came up with the threat of sanitation removing them, it reminded me that film maker Meaghan Wilbur is making a piece about the ghost bikes.
Here is more info from her Kickstarter page:
“meaghan, why are you making this film? posted on June 1
I’ve been answering this question […]
“Bikesplorations” is a free summer program to teach young people about urban planning and design. Velo City is hosting this program and have partnered up with Recycle-a-bicycle. They are looking for your support. Here is a video from kickstarter. Find out more about this project and how to help here.
Also check out […]
Toby Miller is a good friend of mine and avid NYC cycling commuter. Check out his sweet ride:
He and his girlfriend Martine Charnow, have written a great short film about bicycle love. They are using this website Kickstarter which helps you promote an idea for a documentary or narrative and raise money […]