As with every Memorial Day Weekend there is a crazy amount of things to do this weekend. I am hoping to make it to this year’s annual Bicycle Fetish Day taking place at one of my favorite places in all of Brooklyn, the City Reliquary. The festivities are FREE and feature lots of activities, performance, […]
Because the one above was just chilling out on Marcy and Hope last night. Can someone let the owner of this vehicle know that I would like to marry them please? Thanks. Photo by Oriana Leckert of Brooklyn Spaces.
Jesse S., who took this photo, tells me officers were handing out pamphlets on bike safety and “ticketing everybody for everything.” My favorite part, as you can see above in Exhibit A, is the helpful construction sign asking, “What’s going on here?” on behalf of us humans. Somebody, answer this bridge’s sign.
Are you trembling, Councilmember Eric Ulrich? Transportation Alternatives has asked its supporters to send you angry faxes, a result of your “draconian” bike bill wherein we have to wear license plates like scarlet letters on our bicycles. It’s kind of an asshole proposal on your end, bicyclists say, and for that, you’re about to get […]
Earlier this fall, Pablo Airaldi, a 28-year-old bike messenger, opened a bicycle repair shop on Manhattan Avenue and called it Greenpoint Bikes. Today, he is sitting in a shitty Hudson County, New Jersey immigration detention facility where he’s struggling to hang on to humanity. His crime? A 10-year-old aggravated felony conviction for stealing auto parts […]
Here’s a fun question. Who has lived here for 10 years, sent letters to Marty Markowitz about bikes on Bedford Avenue, called the police, and “put forward an idea for bike depots, which would be built in McCarren Park and along Kent Avenue and charge cyclists a $1 fee to park there”? C’mon, somebody go […]