I know why I scoff traffic laws on a bicycle. Mainly to get an advantage on aggressive NYC drivers and avoid an ever evolving obstacle course of jaywalkers, double parked cars, reckless trucks and motorists jockeying for that ever sacred parking spot. However, I do not take this kind of riding for granted, to […]
Tomorrow (5/16/14) is Bike To Work day, part of Bike Month, Part of Bike every minute of your life…oh wait.
Celebrating the best way to get to work, or pretend work, or what ever you call it.
Although here in NYC, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration or NOAA (like whatya they […]
An article on the National Bike Summit in the Washington Post:
National Bike Summit: Cycling advocates headed to Capitol Hill By Ashley Halsey III, Published: March 19th, 2012
The annual National Bike Summit convenes in Washington this week, with threats to government funding for bike and pedestrian programs leading the agenda.
DC couriers are getting hit especially hard due to the number of legal documents being electronically filled now.
Here is a recent article in the Washington Post pointed out to me by DC courier and race organizer John Dinn of lesdemoncats.blogspot.com
In Washington, a Two-Tire Industry Goes Flat Athletic rebels swathed […]
If you don’t ride your bikes and they sit in the garage collecting dust…this is what can happen. This takes twitter to a whole new level… So get out there and USE those bikes.
Here is a little wrap up from last weeks…National “Bike to Work Week,” part of Bike Month.
Here in […]