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Everyone always is always happy to see us cruising around NYC streets!
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Wow Gateway Plaza announced a one bicycle Per tenant….or Two per couple limit!
With NYC doing everything it can to promote cycling in every way possible this seems kind of absurd. Just another fight to be car free in NYC! I have many different bikes all for different purposes Road,Cargo,City Cruiser,Child carrier, Tandem ,Trail a bike, My wife has two bikes, my son has two bikes whats the big deal, we use them all!
I have to wonder why it seems such a problem for so many.Yea there are lots of abandon bikes all over the place so get rid of em and make room for people that ride on a daily basis! I’ve made several attempts to take over the racks and make them more usable and orderly with no response from management!
New York is a great cycling city and all but as cycling becomes more and more popular the opposition seems to get stronger and stronger!
Riding a bicycle use to be so simple!
BTW..The mess of Black Cars parked all day long all over the place – doing nothing but waiting ,don’t seem to bother anybody!
Why are bicycles so threatening!
Spotted this old old model Hypercycle locked up on 9th ave and 25th Street.As I was taking the photo the owner came out. We chated for a bit and he told me that recumbent’s are much safer in NYC traffic!
I already knew that!
I always have lots of good ideas that I usually see in the real world at some point. Here’s one that found me at Manhattan Mini Storage on Vandam Street in NYC.
I’ve starred wheelchairs up and down many times wondering if I could use one to make a cargo trailer after all they carry like 250lbs around no problem and fold in a flash.
Well a Soho artist showed up with his home made ,custom wheelchair trailer right in the elevator with me, of course I thought this was magnificent!
Only got one photo ,but he showed me pages and pages of sketches of trailers.I gave him my card , hope he contacts me!
Now this is Re-Cycling….if you look closely you can see the arm rests on the left!
Wow…The East River Bikeway is great. We needed to find some space in NYC to hit baseballs around for a school science experiment.I thought we should try the East-side, so off we went on our first family bike ride of the season.
After the congestion and all the new rules and regulations of Battery Park City this was like we found GOLD!
Nobody on the field?
Holy crap run for it!
We were getting hungry, I remembered this really cool old diner style restaurant in Southbridge Towers on Water St.
Great idea…normal looking neighborhood people no security anywhere and not one tourist!
Our New Get-a-way!
W0W…Warm weather is back!
I actually did a couple of delivery’s with no trailer.I decided to pop the sock, man this is just an amazing ride.
BodySockin down the Hudson River Bike-way is freekin awesome!
I think I’m the only one that notices the Zip Tie Project…
Zip Ties on my body sock tower
Rans V3 Aluminum Frame
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