The NYPD’s policy of stop-and-frisk has been at the forefront of this year’s mayoral race with many potential voters wondering where candidates stand on this issue. At the heart of the debate are serious concerns about racial profiling and illegal search and seizers which tend to overwhelming target young people of color. Many people [...]
Hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and opened up their new bikes that Santa delivered.
(Photo’s from bike nashbar’s facebook page)
A few crotchety rich neighbors who would rather put their own personal gripes forward then think about the safety of their neighborhood and overall health of the community were rewarded [...]
Imagine this scenario. A devastating hurricane rocks the Eastern seaboard causing major damage, flooding subway tunnels and knocking out power to thousands of NYC residents. You have to get to work and there are no trains. Buses are free, but have massive lines and delays. Take a car? Even more lines and hundreds of [...]
This just in…Mayor Bloomberg is also a radical zealot like our D.O.T. Commissioner JSK. At a recent meeting of transportation authorities he declared bikes are more important then cars.
More from Gothamist: Cyclists Are More Important Than Cars, Bloomberg Declares By: John Del Signore October 26th, 2012
Today Mayor Bloomberg made an appearance [...]
Here are the latest developments in the NYPD’s crackdown on cyclists.
On my way into work today I read a fairly horrifying tweet…
Can this be? $270.00? Right in my neighborhood?
Recently, in the dead of winter, when bicycles are prevailing even with un-plowed streets and cars being abandon during the snowpocolypse, [...]
Saying Chris Ryan has something to do with bike culture in NYC is like boasting that Babe Ruth had something to do with a game played with a small hard ball and a wood bat and building a house for a team that begins with Y.
Yesterday was the marriage of Christopher J. Ryan [...]
Activists trying to draw attention to the plight of the community gardens and the need for protected green spaces in NYC got an article in the NY Times for their recent Paul Revere ride.
(photo by David Goldman, NY Times)
The Bulldozers Are Comingâ€™: Garden Crusaders Hop on Their Bikes
By COLIN MOYNIHAN [...]
Time’s Up plan to bike ride around the city tonight and draw attention for the plight of community gardens makes the NY Daily News:
Cyclists’ advocacy group Times Up! plans to protest outside Mayor Bloomberg’s townhouse BY Simone Weichselbaum DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER Thursday, July 29th 2010, 4:00 AM
(photo by Hagen for [...]
The on going saga of harassment from the NYPD against cyclists continues with last week’s monthly critical mass ride in Manhattan.
In May the 5 borough bike club wrapped up its lawsuit trial against the NYPD for their heavy handed parade rule which states no more than 50 people can ride bikes in a [...]