Monthly Archives: September 2011

Not so long ago: Yellow skies and roads made for cars

Last weekend, together with Transportation Alternatives and the Little Cupcake Bakeshop, we participated in a ride for Moving Planet Day, an international day to support moving our planet away from fossil fuels and toward renewable resources. The ride yielded an … Continue reading

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This autumn, where are you riding?

Today is the first day of fall – and one of the loveliest times to ride in NYC. Not sure how or where to go? We’ve got a few reasons and ways for you to get out there. Moving Planet … Continue reading

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Safer, better streets: The arrival of bike share

Today the NYC Department of Transportation (DOT) announced an exciting new development: New York City Bike Share. This program is a major milestone in the progressive and innovative transportation policies arriving in our city. The DOT conducted significant research and … Continue reading

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Feeling photogenic: So much to see – and do

Lots of pictures coming in this month. Sheldon is featured in the website stock photos for Light & Motion, the new (bright) urban bike lights that we started carrying this year… Jeffrey sent us highlights from last month’s Couchsurfing 2011 CouchCrashNYC … Continue reading

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