BikeNYC.org: Your Guide to Bike Month and Beyond

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Today is the first day of Bike Month 2012, and Transportation Alternatives has launched a comprehensive web site to make sure you don’t miss a thing.

At bikenyc.org you can plan your month with day-by-day event listings, and plan your routes with a Ride the City map. Best part: The site will be around when May is over, too.

  • MM

    “Tips,” “events,” T.A. talking about itself — seems like the usual.   
     
    On the other hand, I think this is the most interesting and thoughtful thing I’ve seen in a long time in terms of talking to people in the city who might bike but don’t yet: 
     
    http://www.velojoy.com/category/bicycling-makeover/
     
     

  • Ben from Bed Stuy

    Happy Bike Month T.A.! Nice new site!

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