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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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Federal budget cuts will impact cycling – and why we’re speaking out.

This is a very critical time for the future of cycling. Potential federal budget cuts are threatening the state of cycling in the U.S., and I’m headed to D.C. to get involved. For the past 20 years, a small percentage … Continue reading

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This weekend: Save on clothing, and send thanks to the DOT

What a busy week here at Bicycle Habitat! We’re getting ready for the season – and cleaning out our inventory. Stop in for our blowout clothing sale: All apparel is 25% off! If you need waterproof jackets, new jerseys, rear-end … Continue reading

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Welcoming the new normal: Why bike lanes matter to our future

Change is hard – even when it’s inevitable. Through the past few years, as all New Yorkers adjust to NYC streets changing to be more bike-friendly, the conversation around this evolution always reveals a noteworthy occurrence: Go to any meeting … Continue reading

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