Uptowns Rodriguez And Others Call On City To Increase Protections For Pedestrians And Cyclists

Today, December 16th, 2020, Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez Chairman of the Committee on Transportation held a rally, alongside Transportation Alternatives, to call on the City of New York to increase protections for cyclists and pedestrians. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Announces Commercial Cargo Bike Program To Reduce Delivery Congestion

Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that New York City will launch an initiative to encourage freight companies to reduce delivery-related congestion through the use of cargo bicycles. Continue Reading →

Raleigh Super Tuff Burner: ‘It’s Impossible To Act Your Age On A Bike Like This’

It is 35 years since the now-iconic MK1 Raleigh Super Tuff Burner first set pulses racing among pimply adolescents as they hopped and jumped their BMXs across suburbia. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s A$AP Ferg Launched BMX Capsule Collab With Redline Bikes

Just in case you missed it, on June 3rd, 2019, A$AP Ferg is no stranger to partnering up with brands, as we saw last year with his work alongside Adidas and more specifically his limited-edition G-SHOCK GA-110 collab. Continue Reading →

Citi Bike Partners With NY’s Public Libraries To Offer One Month Of Free Citi Bike Rides For Those In Need

Low-income New Yorkers from Harlem to Hollis can access more than just a book at the city’s three public library systems — as of this past week, they can get a free month of Citi Bike too. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Announces “Green Wave” Bicycle Plan To Address Cycling Fatalities

Mayor Bill de Blasio today released “Green Wave: A Plan for Cycling in New York City” to confront the rise in cycling fatalities in 2019. Continue Reading →

de Blasio Announces Details Of Major Citi Bike Expansion From Harlem To Hollis

The de Blasio Administration joined Lyft to today announce the boundaries of the planned expansion of Citi Bike over the next five years, which will bring the nation’s largest bike share system to a larger and more economically diverse range of communities. Continue Reading →

Bike Lanes Make Roads Safer For Everyone, From Harlem To Hollis, Study finds

Cycling is a great way for consumers to get from place to place and stay active, but the practice can become dangerous when there aren’t designated areas for riders. Continue Reading →

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