Ladies’ Bicycle Repair Night

Come learn the basics of bicycle repair from female mechanics at our workshop designed by and for women. You will learn on our bicycles (you can apply what you’ve learned to your own bike on Thursday nights). No previous experience with bicycle repair required — or expected.

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Ladies’ Bicycle Repair Night

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Come learn the basics of bicycle repair from female mechanics at our workshop designed by and for women. You will learn on Time’s Up’s bicycles (you can apply what you’ve learned to your own bike on Thursday nights). No previous experience with bicycle repair required — or expected.

Ladies’ Bicycle Repair Night

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Come learn the basics of bicycle repair from female mechanics at our workshop designed by and for women. You will learn on Time’s Up’s bicycles (you can apply what you’ve learned to your own bike on Thursday nights). No previous experience with bicycle repair required — or expected.

Ladies’ Bicycle Repair Night

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Come learn the basics of bicycle repair from female mechanics at our workshop designed by and for women. You will learn on Time’s Up’s bicycles (you can apply what you’ve learned to your own bike on Thursday nights). No previous experience with bicycle repair required — or expected.

Roosevelt Islanders Denied Overnight Bike Parking [Updated]

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Photo: Roosevelt Island 360 Just in time for Bike to Work Day: Cyclists on Roosevelt Island were informed by the Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation this week that bikes may no longer be parked on public racks overnight. Here’s the vaguely Orwellian RIOC memo from yesterday, care of Roosevelt Island 360: While we wish to encourage […]

Ladies’ Bicycle Repair Night

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Come learn the basics of bicycle repair from female mechanics at Time’s Up’s workshop designed by and for women. You will learn on Time’s Up’s bicycles (you can apply what you’ve learned to your own bike on Thursday nights). No previous experience with bicycle repair required — or expected.

How to Plan Good Cities for Bicycling

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Editor’s note: This is the final installment in our series this week featuring Danish architect and livable streets luminary Jan Gehl. The pieces are excerpts are from his book, “Cities for People,” published by Island Press. Donate to Streetsblog and Streetfilms and you’ll qualify to win a copy of the book, courtesy of Island Press. […]