Easy on Atlantic Avenue

  The way to travel today. 

Governors Island: Another Time

  On May 31st Governors Island opened up to the public for the summer. Today we took our push-bikes on the free ferry and crossed over the river into the Jazz Age. Michael Aranella and the Dreamland Orchestra were playing to an authentic and beautifully turned out crowd as we arrived. Most of the old […]

Bike Month Still Going: Anthology Film Festival

 Bike month is not quite over. This weekend Anthology Film Archives are running films, features, parties, events, and art shows about bikes. Anthology Film Archives2nd Avenue and 2nd Street, Manhattanvarious times; $10 ticketsContinues through Sunday.bicyclefilmfestival.com Image from Anthology website 

Bike Month In Brooklyn

  Riis Park NYC Bike month continues in Brooklyn this Saturday, May 17th, with the Coney Island to Riis Park Ride,and the 5th Annual Sustainable Brooklyn Bike Tour.

Desktop Day Double: Celebrating Bike Month

   Click on either image to open the large version, which is sized to cover your computer desktop.As part of Bike Month, tomorrow is all about small wheeled and folding bikes. Also taking placeis the highly recommended Prospect Park Moonlight Ride, which meets up at the Grand Army Plazaentrance at 9pm. Small-Wheeled Bike Race1:00 PMBethesda […]

The 5 Boro Bike Tour

  Pictures of the push-bike journey on Sunday. Note to self: Invest in a more comfy bike seat.  

Perfect Push-Biking in Brooklyn

  Time Out New York has a bike guide in the current issue. The route from Red Hook to Manhattan Beach is really appealing — if I weren’t cycling in the Five Boro Bike Tour this Sunday, I would give it a go. Maybe next weekend. In the meantime, check out the front-wheel drive on […]

Rebound

  Our street, St Johns Place between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, shuts down tomorrow (Thursday May 1st) for the filming of "The Rebound", directed by Bart Freundlich and starring Catherine Zeta-Jones. Part of 5th Avenue will also be closed. For more info, call 646 216 4343.

Looking Towards Manhattan

  From Kent Avenue, Williamsburg.