Biketober: The Cycling Renaissance In NYC Continues To Boom From Harlem To Hollis

The New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) released its 2021 Cycling in the City report, which provides a comprehensive look into cycling trends in our city. Continue Reading →

Electric Bike vs. Regular Bike – How To Decide

Getting on a bicycle and feeling the breeze on your face while moving through space under your own power is incredibly freeing. Continue Reading →

The 5 Best Coastal Beach Towns For Biking In The USA

Some people ride bikes competitively, while others prefer to ride bikes for pleasure. If you are in the latter group, you probably own a women’s cruiser bike or similar bicycle that’s built for comfort rather than speed. Continue Reading →

Mayor Bill de Blasio Administration Cuts Ribbon On Major Protected Bike Lanes

As cycling continues to expand in New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced more than three miles of protected bike lanes (PBLs). Continue Reading →

Citi Bike Announces First Ride Free Program For New Users From Harlem To Hollis

Healthfirst and Lyft today announced a new First Ride Free campaign offering free Citi Bike rides to all new users between Saturday, August 29, and Saturday, September 12, 2020. Continue Reading →

Walking Or Biking To Work Reduces Risk Of Effects Of The COVID Crisis And Early Death

While it’s no secret that being more active can boost consumers’ health, researchers have found that incorporating physical activity into the daily commute can also benefit consumers. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s The Cathedral Of St. John The Divine Offers Virtual Blessing For Essential Bicyclists

In recognition of the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine will hold its 22nd Annual Blessing of the Bicycles ceremony online this year.

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