Archive for the ‘Bike Events’ Category

It’s time for the first ever College Commuter Challenge where students will track their biked/walked/bused /ect miles and calculate how much CO2 they offset. Treehugger reports. The challenge will take place throughout April and colleges that sign up now will be sent a marketing packet to help promote the program among students. [via Treehugger] Advertisements


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 […]


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 […]


“TAK is a Japanese guy living in NYC. He has been taking amazing photos of NYC bike culture for years. His photo exhibition, New York Bike Dreams, [was] on display in Tokyo. The reception party was insane. Free drinks, good music, great photos, and bike tricks. Here’s a taste. (nothing is sped up or slowed […]


“NYC Five Borough Bike Tour This fills up quick so I am putting the word out now. Reblog if you’re going to attend (or comment below!). Hope to see you there! There are 42 miles of adventure ahead on May 3, when you can ride car-free through New York City! Join 30,000 cyclists for the […]


We couldn’t be in DC but the fanfare was felt around the world as President Obama (we get to call him that now!) delivered his inaugural address. Here is a beautiful shot by Jesse Chan-Norris of the DC bike valet. Can we say success!? Thanks to all the valet volunteers out there. You are appreciated. […]


Ok, now we are feeling a lot better for staying in NYC tomorrow. Check out the Time’s Up Bike Ride. We’ll be there if only we can figure out a way to be at work, make it to the White House Project event and stop by for a ride. Totally possible, right? Inauguration Bike Parade […]