Just wanted to give a shout out to David Patrick (@dpatrick1a) for winning the SUGOI twitter contest. Like a Mark Cavendish sprint, David responded to the last question in just 21 seconds after I posted it on Friday and won himself a new jersey courtesy of SUGOI apparel.
This was a lot [...]
SUGOI is a Japanese term for Incredible, which pretty much describes the level of active apparel they’ve been creating for decades. Founded in 1987, the company has been making high quality performance wear for biking, running, swimming and working out. They also make custom team apparel for pro sport athletes. In their words: [...]
Just saw this on brooklynbybike’s @brooklynbybike twitter feed.
There is a new blog dedicated to skill sharing events in Brooklyn.
Learn cool things like how to home brew in your kitchen.
Here’s one about planning a multiple-day bike trip:
â€œNew Mini Skills Class: How to plan for and enjoy a [...]
I think the biggest fool’s day event was the very successful run of the @bronxzooscobra on twitter. Oh well, now that the 20″ Egyptian cobra is safely back in her tank and not gallivanting all over the city, somehow will have to find a way to get on with our lives.
Today starts #30daysofbiking, [...]
The stars at night are not going to be the only thing shinning bright deep in the heart of Texas this weekend. Today starts the Tour Du Jour of handbuilt bicycle drool fest, the NAHBS other wise known as the North American Handbuilt Bicycle Show.
This who’s who of the finest in bespoke [...]
There is a large eclectic group of NYC’s cycling community communicating on Twitter. They have been marking their posts with the hashtag #bikenyc, everything from road condition reports, to group rides and linking related news articles.
@noneck, Lara (@bicyclehabitat) from the bike shop Bicycle Habitat on Lafayette in Manhattan, and I decided [...]
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 [...]
MAD PROPS to all those riding out there:
Saw this posted on twitter by: @chrismcnally
Hows this for a direct response.
Jonathan(on twitter: @bkynbiker) and I, were riding home last night from a very productive Time’s Up events meeting. We stopped off at the La Plaza Cultural Garden where they were having a bonfire, a little rebirth for discarded Christmas trees. On the way back we took the [...]
Not sure the angry residents and Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz were expecting to be out numbered in their “call to action” against an already created bike lane on Prospect Park West this morning.
According to a number of reports on twitter and one on Streetsblog.org. It seemed like more people came out in [...]