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2 articles from the Times

There’s been some good bike coverage in the New York Times.

On Saturday, Op-Ed Columnist Frank Bruni wrote about his recent ride with D.O.T. commissioner, Janette Sadik-Kahn. They talked about her critics, vision and inevitable legacy.

Bicycle Visionary by: Frank Bruni published: September 10, 2011

(graphic by: Christopher Brand)

“Something lovely and all too [...]

the bike lawyers by J.David Goodman/NY Times.

David Rankin and Mark Taylor have been sticking it to the Man in the name of cyclists since the days the cops declared war on critical mass back in the mid 90′s. Active cyclists both as commuters and socially were sick and tired of seeing their biker friends get harassed by the NYPD which [...]

A couple articles on winter riding

From @messengermedia

Winter Warriors By Gregory J. Scott The Journal, Serving Northeast & Downtown Minneapolis

What does it take to get a Minneapolis cyclist to give up the winter commute? Not a record-setting snowfall, apparently.

JDespite the great winter deluge of December 2010, which dumped more than 33 inches of snow on [...]

Bicycle Bedlam…Please.

Well it’s that time of the month again. For the mainstream news to do some investigative news gathering and look into what’s going on with all of these people riding bicycles in NYC. Wow, you’ll never guess what they discovered? That there are a lot of cyclists out there disobeying the law. CBS’s news [...]

Midnight Keirin in the NY Times

the NY Times did a story on the Midnight Keirin Club underground track bike street racing hosted by CK.

With a great photo by Ed Glazar.

(photo by Ed Glazar) Photo caption: John Kniesly took a corner during a race around McCarren Park in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, on Monday night.

Night Racing for Pride [...]

Big News.

I’m not going to tell you who this is, because every other cycling related blog has beat me too it.

(Picture thanks to culturecycles.com)

I’ll tell you this…he’s a famous bike blogger who’s probably read almost as much as this site.

For the one person who doesn’t know already…find out more at J. [...]

Bike Theft in the age of Twitter

found from Joe Hendry from messmedia.org

A Bike Theft in the Time of Twitter By J. DAVID GOODMAN New York Times, March 9, 2010

Austin Horse thought he was just leaving his bike for a second when he ran into the lobby of an office building at 28th Street and Madison Avenue last [...]

Friday, events.

Its freezing cold outside in NYC and Friday is a good day to read lots of spam by UGG boots and Christian Louboutin who keep posting comments on my blog. Thanks for the interest guys, but only if you have them in green. Friday is a day to make lots of short postings so [...]

NYTimes: Spokes, advice on riding in winter

You probably know about the New York Time’s Spokes Blog, who brought you such original ideas as a Gift guide for cyclists. I wonder where they possibly got that idea? Wish I thought of it. I wait I did.

Holiday Gift Guide Part 1 and Holiday Gift Guide Part 2

Oh well, [...]

MAD AS HELL, ride a bike.

Well it looks inevitable, more money paid to ride a subway and less service…What a Bargain! The MTA seems certain with their doomsday budget and prices are going up. But don’t worry, our beloved Mayor of the people, a commoner, a working stiff…Billionaire Mike Bloomberg, says we should be MAD AS HELL.

Uh, [...]