Monthly Archives: October 2012

Snaphots: #bikenyc The Day After Sandy

10 minutes. One intersection. Only a fraction of the number of people I saw on bike, scooter or skateboard. People powered revolution. Even if Sandy hadn’t come to visit…still the best way to get around town. Advertisements

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Just Another Friday Night

“Cyclists and pedestrians and bus riders are as important, if not, I would argue more important, than automobile riders,” ~Mayor Michael Bloomberg (via Gothamist) Thanks to our growing network of bicycle infrastructure, direct bus lanes and pedestrian islands, a beautiful diversity … Continue reading

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A New Central Park Brought to You By..

Most people I talk with are happy with the new road configuration taking place in Central Park. The new design sets out to create a better separation and flow, particularly for the the more vulnerable road users- people on foot, … Continue reading

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Autumn Glory

It was a beautiful weekend upstate, so on Sunday I decided to pay a visit to some friends. I pedaled. 10 miles. No special gear or ‘cycling’ clothing. Met some new friends along the way. Enjoy. Full photo set: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lizpatek/sets/72157631832965441/

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Keeping Cool While Running with the Bulls

Thanks to the outgrowth of bicycle infrastructure in NYC, we’ve seen an explosion of people using bicycles for transportation. The positive effect is that more people on bicycles begets more people on bicycles. Not every person however, would feel confident … Continue reading

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Scooter Revolution

The BikeNYC revolution is not just limited to people on bikes. I’ve also noticed a considerable increase in the number of people on push scooters. It’s lovely. It’s people powered, not motor powered. Most of the time, I see kids … Continue reading

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BikeNYC Snaphots Oct 8-14

NYC is a mosaic of diversity. That’s what makes it so beautiful. #bikenyc isn’t any different. Enjoying SukkotTaking a break. Load down. Team pride. Native NYer’s enjoying their first trip pedaling down the protected Broadway bike lane. Suited up. Heading … Continue reading

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