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Jason Takes New York - Part 2 Taking New York, Red Hook, New York Travel, The Locals, City, News, New York Trip, New York City Travel, City Drawing

Jason Takes New York - Part 2

In the first installment, I talked about traveling to New York, the Messenger Study, and getting to know the local bike scene. Now it's time to race! Let's talk Red Hook, the reason for my trip! Part 2: The Red Hook Crit The road to Red Hook gives you a great idea of just how much talent there is out in the world. Peo

Ever hear that "click-click-click-click" sound when you shift gears, and then you wait and wait for the bike to actually shift gears? Fixed Gear, Bike Life, Gears, Cycling, Bicycle, Urban, Vehicles, City, Bicycle Kick

Gears and Shifting 101: Intro to Gears and Shifting

Getting started 3-speed, 8-speed, 21-speed; bikes come in a variety of gearing set-ups but they share a common goal, to make your bike-life better. In today’s blog we’ll look at why some bikes have multiple gears and how to get the most out of them during your rides! Why gears? Most folks are familiar with the gears in

Times Up is a New York City-based not-for-profit direct-action environmental group that uses events and educational programs to promote a more sustainable, less toxic city. Bicycle Store, Bike, Direct Action, Spin Class, Indoor Cycling, Cycling Tips, Educational Programs, My Ride, Spinning

TIME'S UP ! Direct-action for the environment

Times Up is a New York City-based not-for-profit direct-action environmental group that uses events and educational programs to promote a more sustainable, less toxic city.

#bikepath #green #city #riding #purefix #purecity Bike Path, Traffic Light, Paths, Sunday, Bicycle, Street View, Nyc, Pure Products, City

color sunday #1 – green

So I think it’s time to add a little color to the Sundays. This will be the first of many Sunday posts about NYC’s color. The most obvious when thinking about New York is yellow. There …

Waterloo Station by Peter Davidson street photography, black and white Photo Black, Black White Photos, Black And White Photography, Urban Photography, People Photography, Street Photography, Alone Photography, Artistic Photography, Silhouettes

Waterloo Station

Had a day on my own in London yesterday so, as it was a beautiful warm day, decided to take the tourist boat down to Greenwich. First stop was Waterloo Station and here I discovered they had added a new second-level balcony overlooking the main concourse. All very modern in brushed steel and glass, but not particularly commensurate with the ancient Victorian surroundings I have to say. When you are up there you also get a close up view of all the dusty main building infra-structure covered…