The new action messenger movie Premium Rush is getting hyped up here in NYC.
Affinity Cycles in Brooklyn has even designed a bike based on their track bike that was used in the film.
The Affinity Metropolitan.
Get yours today: here.
Last night (8/22/12) was the red carpet premiere and [...]
A recent NY Times poll just revealed 66% of New Yorkers think the bike lanes are a good thing. This may be insight that the cycle friendly direction the city has taken may be starting to gain acceptance.
There is also information that New Yorkers are less than enthusiastic about the proposed bike sharing [...]
In case you hadn’t heard (I hadn’t until just now) the NYC bike sharing program has officially been delayed until 2013.
Here is a more informed news service than me, the NY Times.
Bike-Share Program Delayed Until Spring, Mayor Says By: Matt Flegenheimer & Michael M. Grynbaum Published: August 17, 2012
Photo by: [...]
An in depth article on Transportation Alternatives, their history and moving forward in a time of new bike growth and possible delays.
For Bike Advocates Delayed Gratification
By: J. David Goodman Published: August 10, 2012 ADVOCACY Paul Steely White of Transportation Alternatives. Photo by: Chester Higgins Jr.
It was supposed to be [...]
Here are a bunch of NYC bike news that I decided to group into one post.
How about that bike sharing? Guys? Delays in Chicago could be similar to what’s taking so long here.
Chicago Delay Fuels Concern About New York Bike Sharing –NY Times
Here are a couple stories from the Brooklyn [...]
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 [...]
Now this kind of thing happens everyday in NYC. An altercation, generally leading to a fist fight, between two people on the mean overcrowded streets where respect for fellow citizens seems to be overshadowed by everyone’s…sense of being in a hurry. However, what’s not so common place is capturing it on video, and even [...]
It seems like a fantasy come true, but bike super highways are a reality in Copenhagen as city planners have literally “paved the way” for residents to commute from the suburbs to the city on bicycle. In April, the first of 26 routes opened by city planners in a combined initiative to make this [...]
Well NYC is getting a lot of bike love these days. Eclectic artist, musician and avid cyclist, David Bryne, wrote a piece in Sunday’s NY Times endorsing the bike sharing program coming to NYC in a month. (Citibike.)
Opinion This Is How We Ride
“This summer the city’s Department of Transportation inaugurates [...]
For such a car obsessed place, the California mega city of Los Angeles has a thriving and active bike culture. Dozens of group rides can be found for all interest levels from Santa Monica to downtown. There is also a strong political force where the city council passed a law requiring motorists to give [...]