He’s not just a mayoral candidate — he’s a bike share member. And we have photographic proof.
(via NYC Mayoral Candidate Weiner: The Bike Lane Debate Has Been “Venomous” - WNYC)
This dude once said he’d rip up all the bike lanes if he were elected mayor. But, you probably know him as the dude who tweeted out a picture of his junk.
My @citibikenyc fob came today. Let’s do this, New York City.
this is eric. he’s marrying my cousin emily, and based on his photo, i don’t know who the lucky one is.
he was with us for that thanksgiving ride, but was on something a little more forgiving.
My route. I love the Manhattan bridge.
Our good friend Lydia (@FastMoneyLydia) is riding her bike 200 miles this August as part of the Pan-Mass Challenge to support cancer research. So while the rest of us are complaining about the humidity, L-Train will be pedaling 100 miles a day for the greater good. Click here to support this awesome cause.
Funny story about Lydia: She just last year tattled on her (adult) sister to their parents for riding a bike recreationally in New York City. Glad to she she’s come around on biking!
At long last, New York City’s bike share program, CitiBike, is set to begin on Memorial Day. The program will be offered to members only for the first week, with daily and weekly memberships (at around $10 and $25, respectively) available the following week.
On the one hand, boy are there going to be a lot more bikers out there! But, on the other hand, that’s ultimately a great thing. What I also love about this program is the ability to one-way bike places. Bars, work, parties, whatever. This program will actually allow me to bike more. And, again, that’s ultimately a great thing.
Hats off to New York City for putting their mettle to the pedal!
This is not the fly ass bike you’re looking for…
(Source: dopiest, via fuckyeahweirdbikes)