Archive for February, 2009

If you happen to be in town this weekend, unlike myself, there are two very different but cool things going on. MonsterTrack, the “Illest Outlaw Alleycat Race” has a few different events taking place in Brooklyn starting with a party tonight. Friday Night – Party at 3rd Ward 195 Morgan St. Brooklyn 9p-3a $5 at […]


Cultivator Advertising & Design crafted the pro-biking message above on behalf of New Belgium Brewing Co. in Fort Collins, Colo. Employee-owned New Belgium is one of your more eco-friendly brewers across the board. It’s wind powered, and it “recycles, reuses or composts 73 percent of its waste stream.” Yeah we know they were paid to […]


We posted awhile back about Yakkay Helmets which were cute, but potentially unsafe due to the fabric nature of their covers. Fabric prevents the helmet from skidding on the ground which can potentially lead to your head stuck on the pavement…not pretty. Now worries fashionistas thanks to Cyclefashion! Helmets are designed by an eco-conscious Japanese-born […]


Bike culture is fast becoming the norm for cool kids everywhere. Designers have long looked to the cool kids for inspiration and Calvin Klein takes it to a new level with his “bike seat” inspired jacket. Fully outfitted with foam, bonded with fabric and wool, the jacket uses a heat-molding process to create patterns and  […]


Times Up is at it again. Love the Bike Lanes: Time’s Up! has organized a “Love Your Lane” group bike ride Saturday, which culminates with an after-party at the mysterious “Autumn Bowl” in Greenpoint, and a dance party in the bowl! Their website encourages you to “celebrate Valentine’s Day with your true love—your bicycle…Join the […]


Fast Boy Cycles is one of my favorite shops. Ok, it might because of their use of wooden handle bars and the pit bull photo on their website but that’s totally legit, right? If you love their bikes as much as I do and unlike myself have the money to order one, hop to it […]


Found a great post from BushwickBK on local bike shop Velo Brooklyn 1342 DeKalb, Brooklyn NY. It’s woman owned! In its six months of existence, this unassuming building on DeKalb Avenue has been called “Brooklyn Bikes,” “Bike Shop,” and most recently, “Velo Brooklyn.” With nothing but a hanging canvas sign to mark its place, this […]