Nature’s Traffic Count

Hudson River Greenway near 125th Street.

Photographer Lars Klove writes, "I’ve always wondered how many people are riding their bicycles to work. This
morning the pavement had a thin layer of moisture that counted the bicycles."


How to Plan Good Cities for Bicycling

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. […]

Drawing the Bicycle With Taliah Lempert

Draw pictures of bicycles in an artist’s studio. This workshop focuses on gesture, composition and basic bicycle anatomy. Participants draw bicycles from observation. All levels welcome. Class size limited to 10 participants. Basic materials provided.

Submission Deadline: Bicycle Film Festival

The Bicycle Film Festival is an international celebration of bicycles through film, art and music. The festival is accepting entries for films with a strong theme or character of bicycles. A fine thriller with one scene of a bicycle chase does not count. They encourage all films with these guidelines to enter: All lengths 1 minute on up […]

Job Opening

The Department of Transportation’s Bicycle Group is hiring. Know anyone good for the job? The New York City Department of Transportation is embarking on an aggressive campaign to expand the City’s on-street network of bicycle lanes and routes to facilitate the use of bicycles as an emission-free mode of transportation. Over the next three years, […]

Bicycle Film Festival: 8 Films

One showing of an eight-film program. BICYCLE SAMBA UK 2005 | DV | 2 min. Dir. Sophie Clements Samba on bicycles! All sounds directly from the bikes – no added or altered sounds. YELLOW JACKET France 2005 | Animation | 6 min. Dir. Bruno Collet Bicycle racing hijinx by the beach. PUMP USA 2006 | […]

Ladies’ Bicycle Repair Night

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.