Lights in the Heights Bike Ride

Join Time’s Up! for a fun and leisurely ride to see the “miracle mile” of Christmas Lights and decorations in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn. The spectacular displays draw 150,000 visitors a year who come from as far away as Japan. So come prepared with bicycle bells ringing to the tune of Jingle Bells.

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NYPD Bike Equipment Checkpoint Snares Cyclists For Missing Bells

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Check your bells, New York City cyclists, and check your reflectors. The NYPD looks to be stepping up its bike safety efforts — not by ticketing speeding motorists or bike lane blockers, and not even by citing reckless cyclists, but with checkpoints for improperly equipped bikes. Based on an initial report, the checkpoints seem more […]

This Week: Ride and Wave Through Hasidic Williamsburg

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In addition to the Streetsblog calendar items this week, there are two MTA Board meetings to track. Shortchanged by Albany and drained by bigger-than-expected TWU raises, the MTA must decide how to close a sudden $400 million budget gap. Major service cuts are on the table. The MTA finance committee will unveil the details of […]

Upper Manhattan Bike Tour

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Bike the upper reaches of Manhattan to learn about the recreational resources, historic landmarks, and vistas from the highlands. Ride ends at a waterfront cafe (La Marina). Manhattan does not end at 96th Street! Using a number of bike routes, the ride series will show you the wonders of highland Manhattan in Harlem, Manhattanville, Hamilton […]