It’s Bike to Work week, with the official Bike to Work Day on Friday, May 17. This means more cyclists on the streets of New York City, which we love. And hopefully, after NYC Bike Share officially launches later this … Continue reading Bike to Work Week: Arriving at the Office Unscathed
Dressed for work, I pedaled at a leisurely pace up a very busy 6th Avenue at the height of the congested work day. I wanted to see how hard/easy/fast/slow the bicycle felt as a legit way to commute around midtown. … Continue reading Observing First-Hand How the Bike Trumps the Car in Manhattan
After a witchy winter, spring has sprung, including a little flirtation with 80º F earlier in the week. With the warmer weather come shorts and flip-flops, about which I have some definite feelings I express in this episode. And though … Continue reading Podcast Episode 10: Shorts, Flip-Flops, Aereo, Cars and Shaving
AMC just released a stunning set of promotional photos for the coming sixth season of Mad Men. In the gallery below, the color set depicts the cast at a black tie affair, and the black and white images capture the … Continue reading Mad Men 6.0
As someone who promotes the virtues of the bicycle as the ultimate mode of city transportation, it is to my advantage to take my own suggestion and not just talk the talk but to also walk the walk. (Or is … Continue reading CAUGHT: Cameras Are Everywhere. Dress for It.
Earlier this year, I was approached by George Bliss, owner of Hudson Urban Bicycles, about an ongoing project he was working on with photographer Billy Powers. The idea was to photograph New York cyclists who bring a certain grace to … Continue reading New York Roll Models