Archive for October, 2008

                                    Alright let’s face it. Many of the kids on bikes today do not wear helmets. I’m not just taking about school kids, but it’s also the athletes training in Prospect Park and the kids on fixed gears […]


Rather than head over to the regular Halloween Parade in Chelsea this year or in case you missed the doggie parade in Tompkins Square (which I did:(, hop on your bike and head over to… 8:45pm Brooklyn’s First Halloween Bike Ride Friday, Oct 31st Meet at the Brooklyn Side of Williamsburg Bridge bike path followed […]


Nasty weather was no mater for the kids from Williamsburg. The 6th Annual Brooklyn Bike Kill which may actually stand for drunken, dirty, debauchery took place this past weekend. We hope they hosed down the street afterward. This boot bike is by far my favorite [via Gothamist]. No photos of bike gangs with helmets? I […]


When reading Streetsy’s post “40 Artists You Should Know Besides Banksy,” we found a lonely image at the bottom by bike. It got me thinking about biking as art in itself. Three things come to mind when I think of the intersection of biking and art. The first being that of the bike itself, the […]


A few weeks back I was surfing Flickr for work and I stumbled upon this messenger bag. In one of the comments, I was driven to http://www.zerpergallon.com which explained the idea behind the patch seen here. Zero Per Gallon is a site run by “jonny5waldman” whose inspiration behind his idea came in 2005 when gas […]


Welcome to the beginning of something new and exciting (at least in my mind anyways). I have little and big plans for this site which you can learn more from the about tab. For now I leave you with the two bikes that came up in my google image search. Wtf?