Even though some time has passed, I thought it would be important to recap this past weekend since right before Halloween is always chalked full of bike culture here in NYC.
Last Friday (10/25/13) is traditionally the most festive Critical Mass ride of this monthly global phenomenon. Generally the cops tend to back down [...]
Earlier this week I had a rare night out. First stop, I meet up with Rydel, organizer and blogger with Miami Bike Scene for drinks in Bushwick at the Trophy bar. He got a special deal through Jet Blue, which they DON’T seem to advertise much, where they allow bikes to fly for free [...]
I wanted to introduce everyone to my newest sponsor.
Owner Val of BikeWerx, has started a new direction in bike sales offering a complete service to fellow cyclists who are interested in selling their bikes, parts and other accessories. Val has been involved in the bike scene in Miami for many years watching [...]
Accodring to the Daily Beast, New York is ranked the 58th city to fall in love in. Maybe the weren’t doing this survey about falling in love with your bike. Here is a quick round up of upcoming Valentine’s Day Bike events in NYC and beyond.
–Matt and Brittain love bikes and are [...]
This Sunday, in NYC, a dedicated group of six cyclists, braved the frigid temperatures and rode their bikes in a memorial ride. The purpose of their get together was to pay tribute to a 44 year old cyclist who was killed last month in Miami by a drunk driver. Last month the Miami [...]
NYC Sunday, February 7th Time’s Up will hold a memorial ride honoring the recent hit and run tragedy of 44 year old Christophe Le Canne-Killed in Miami.
Miami will also be hosting another memorial ride on the same day and there will be a phone call exchange with both cities.
More info from the [...]
In respect and solidarity with the tragedy in Miami of the hit and run of Christophe Le Canne, Time’s Up is hosting a tribute ride in NYC.
Miami Solidarity Ride Sunday, February 7th, 2010 2:00 PM Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn Summary: Tribute ride for Miami and their recent response to the tragic death of [...]
Ok, enough selling out to beverage companies and iphone apps…
There was a serious tragedy in Miami, that was brought to my attention by a loyal reader Stephen.
Sunday, January 17th, 44year old cyclist and family man, Christophe Le Canne, was killed buy a drunk driver on the BearCut Bridge in Miami, Fl, in [...]
Got a rare opportunity to travel to a few cities for an IBM commercial. Had a brief time in Miami but didn’t get much time to explore other than a stroll along the beach.
Of course we picked the one day to shoot that was record cold and raining. Guess i didn’t [...]
Ryan Doyle is hard to miss, or at least the contraptions he creates and rides upon. You might recognize him riding a tandem tall bike around Bed-Sty Brooklyn or maybe toppling an advisory from a rival bike club in a tall bike joust, after all he is the world champion. He was featured in [...]