Always a diverse funfest of people, the 4th Annual Tour de Brooklyn from Transportation Alternatives was no different this year with over 2,000 joining the cycling fun. This year's event was moved a week early to coincide with the anniversary of the Brooklyn Bridge's 125th birthday and launched from DUMBO. Among the highlights of the [...]
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Every Tuesday evening after Recycle-A-Bicycle closes, Susan Lindell teaches bike mechanics 101 to women.
City Commissioners & Transportation Alternatives kick off bike month with ride down the 9th Avenue's protected bike lane.
In our follow up to "Hal Grades Your Bike Locking," two experienced mechanics offer advice and grades on the bike locking ability of New Yorkers.
In Part 3 of our Bogotá trilogy we look at Cyclepaths, Parks, and some of the great initiatives undertaken to make it a more livable city.
It's possible to move by bike in NYC with a little moxie and help from your friends.
Mary Beth Kelly's husband, Dr. Carl Henry Nacht, was killed while riding a bike, but it hasn't stopped her from doing something she enjoys nor fighting for safer streets.
There are dozens of Bike Boxes popping up all over NYC, wanna find out how to use them?
In 2007, 23 bicyclists and over 100 pedestrians died on NYC streets. The Street Memorial Project honors them.
A memorial is placed at sites to remind passerby where pedestrians were killed by cars.