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Couple of New Year’s events in NYC

Hey all you Alleycat race curious out there. Here is your chance to experience what it’s all about…

*December 30th, 1pm at the Atrium at 590 Madison Avenue and 56th Street. $6.23 to race. No machismo allowed.

Flyer found on: Urban Cyclist Worldwide.

Then, don’t forget to come celebrate New Year’s on […]

Time’s Up Relief Rides

Time’s Up continues to bring much needed relief to the Rockaways with Bicycle convoys of donations and even their own human powered generators.

Last weekend and Monday they were on hand to deliver food, blankets, bike-powered charging stations, and mobile bike repair units to neighborhoods devastated by Hurricane Sandy.

Here is a video from […]

Couple of videos from the Rockaways and more Relief rides.

Here is another great video from Casey Neistat who took his camera to the Rockaways

And here is another from someone who hadn’t heard from their friend in three days after the storm and were left a stunning voice message:

Rockaway Needs Us from everyone and company on Vimeo.

There is a party […]

#bikeSandy relief effort continues

Banner hung on Manhattan Bridge.

Brooklyn Machine Works has donated bike stands to Time’s Up to assist in their construction of pedal powered generators. These were quintessential for charging cell phones in the East Village during the week of power outages caused by hurricane Sandy. They will soon have 10 of these human powered […]

TA and Time’s Up help #bikesandy

New York City is starting to slowly recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, a week after ripping into the Eastern coast.

flooded streets on Ave C right near the hard hit Con Edison power plant-East Village, Manhattan

Damage ranges from minor disruptions in school and work loss to horrific destruction to neighborhoods […]

Halloween! Critical Mass and Time’s Up Style 2012

It’s on! Time’s Up annual Halloween Party and Fun!-draiser right after the always festive and costume themed Critical Mass.

This year the party is at the Brooklyn space (99 S. 6th St.-Willy B)

With superstar biker and DJ DJ Fake Money and featuring No Way Josie:

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The Villager and Time’s Up team up to write a column.

The Villager is partnering up with Time’s Up for a weekly column about bike related issues, Spin City.

Here is the first installment written by Time’s Up volunteer, Keegan:

Communication breakdown: Bikers and critics just can’t see eye to eye. By: Keegan Stephan Published: September 6th, 2012

Bicycling has become one of the most […]

This week at Time’s Up

This Week At Time’s Up!

1. SARA D SUSTAINABILITY SERIES – BIKE REPAIR AND SAFETY, LAST WEEK CELEBRATION TONIGHT!
Friday, August 31st, 6:30-8:30pm
M’Finda Kalunga Garden (Entrance on Rivington between Forsyth and Chrystie)
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2. CRITICAL MASS
Friday, August 31, 7:00pm (Last Friday of the Month)
Union Square North
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3. BEACH RIDE
Monday, September 3rd, 11:30am
Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn (NE entrance of Prospect Park)
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4. TIMES UP RADIO HOUR – NEW DAY AND TIME!
Tuesday Nights from 9pm-10pm
http://www.radiohive.org/category/shows/times-up
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5. VOLUNTEER BICYCLE RECYCLING DAYS
Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays
99 S 6th St, Brooklyn
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6. WEEKLY BIKE REPAIR WORKSHOPS
In both NYC and Brooklyn locations!
See events listing for details.
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The Bicycle Uprising

25 years ago mayor Koch, who has the 59th Street bridge named after him, tried to ban bicycles from Midtown. Author and bicycle activist Charlie Komanoff has a five part series about the “bicycle uprising” that has shaped the cycling history in NYC long before D.O.T. Commissioner Janette Sadik-Kahn got the go ahead to […]

Premium Rush Opens Nationwide

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 […]