Category Archives: bikenyc

Push Off (with Poesies)

Time: September 11, 2014 afternoon Place: Madison Avenue. Upper East Side, NYC An stylishly dressed young woman patiently waits to cross the intersection She surmises her surroundings Pushes off when the timing is appropriate Gives herself a little extra oomph to … Continue reading

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Relaxed Attitudes

Noticing a lot more relaxed and upright cycling in NYC this summer. A nice trend. Keep up the good work.

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Detroit on My Mind

For the second month in a row, Saks Fifth Avenue is featuring bicycles in their window displays. Last month was a tip of the hat to Father’s Day. This month, it’s an homage to summer travel. This month’s windows feature … Continue reading

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Independence Day

Let freedom ring. Pass along the love and teach someone you know how to ride a bicycle. Gently nudge them on as they find their independence. When you give kids safe space to ride, they own it. All our public … Continue reading

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Thanks Dad.

A slightly belated Father’s Day post. For all the Dads who taught their kids to ride a bicycle. Who carried them home when they were to tired to pedal anymore. Who knew the best kind of family SUV to get … Continue reading

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Signs of Life

A sign that a city’s effort to make cycling accessible to everyone is succeeding? Parents transporting their most precious cargo by bicycle from A to B. Whether it’s by cargo bike. A gentle nudge along the way. Or keeping a close watch. *** … Continue reading

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New Amsterdam

Some days if you squint your eyes and imagine cycling infrastructure everywhere with different buildings in the background,  you could almost pretend you were in another city. A city where riding a bike is nothing out of the ordinary. Where no one … Continue reading

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