Boogie Down Rides

Celebrating bicycling in the Bronx.
A project by meta local collaborative

Boogie on the Boulevard-Volunteer Signup
Attention Boogie Down Riders! Boogie on the Boulevard is bringing Summer Streets back to the Grand Concourse THIS AUGUST!!! We need your help to make it a success! Click the link to volunteer!

Boogie on the Boulevard-Volunteer Signup

Attention Boogie Down Riders! Boogie on the Boulevard is bringing Summer Streets back to the Grand Concourse THIS AUGUST!!! We need your help to make it a success! Click the link to volunteer!

(via New Bronx River Greenway Link Would Remake Asphalt Expanse)
welcome2thebronx:

#Bronx #thebronx #southbronx #classicsbronxclub #peopleofthebronx #bicycles

welcome2thebronx:

#Bronx #thebronx #southbronx #classicsbronxclub #peopleofthebronx #bicycles

UPCOMING FREE JUNE BOOGIE DOWN RIDES
South Bronx MuralsJune 7th 11am - 2pmStarting Point: Bronx MuseumAs part of the Bronx Museum of the Arts Bronx Lab, Boogie Down Rides will host a bike ride exploring the murals of Hunts Point and Concourse Village.REGISTER HERE
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How I learned to stop worrying and love my bike 2June 29th 2pmStarting point: Flux FactoryIn Partnership with Flux Factory andTransportation Alternatives Queens Activist Committee Boogie Down Rides is leading a bike adventure from Long Island City to the Bronx and wind up with food and drinks to celebrate our work and our love of bikes! REGISTER HERE

UPCOMING FREE JUNE BOOGIE DOWN RIDES

South Bronx Murals
June 7th 11am - 2pm

Starting Point: Bronx Museum

As part of the Bronx Museum of the Arts Bronx Lab, Boogie Down Rides will host a bike ride exploring the murals of Hunts Point and Concourse Village.

REGISTER HERE

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How I learned to stop worrying and love my bike 2
June 29th 2pm
Starting point: Flux Factory

In Partnership with Flux Factory andTransportation Alternatives Queens Activist Committee Boogie Down Rides is leading a bike adventure from Long Island City to the Bronx and wind up with food and drinks to celebrate our work and our love of bikes! 

REGISTER HERE

Local elected officials and advocates joined NYC DOT and NYPD this morning to unveil the city’s second “arterial slow zone” on the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, where speed limits will be dropped to 25 mph and traffic signals will be retimed to discourage speeding.

Local elected officials and advocates joined NYC DOT and NYPD this morning to unveil the city’s second “arterial slow zone” on the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, where speed limits will be dropped to 25 mph and traffic signals will be retimed to discourage speeding.

12 reasons to start using a bicycle for transportation

topimiring:

We’re continuing our look at smart ways to start saddling up and using bicycles for real transportation.
We’ve always taken the greenness of bike transport as a given. But if you’re just getting started — or perhaps trying to convince an employer that bicycle commuting…

This video documents traffic conditions near the north entrance to Starlight Park in the Bronx River Greenway System.

wnyc:

An illustrated taxonomy of biking in NYC. Very cool. More at Brainpickings.
-Jody, BL Show-

wnyc:

An illustrated taxonomy of biking in NYC. Very cool. More at Brainpickings.

-Jody, BL Show-

Full House at First Bronx Vision Zero Town Hall

Join DOT and Council Member Ritchie Torres for a discussion of Vision Zero, the City’s goal of ending traffic deaths. Come and share your concerns, ideas and feedback.April 1, 2014 6pm-8pmBronx Library Center Auditorium310 East Kingsbridge Road, Bronx 

Join DOT and Council Member Ritchie Torres for a discussion of Vision Zero, the City’s goal of ending traffic deaths. Come and share your concerns, ideas and feedback.

April 1, 2014 6pm-8pm
Bronx Library Center Auditorium
310 East Kingsbridge Road, Bronx 

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Watch: A Visual History Of The Bicycle
100copies:

21 The Cyclist’s Empire A celebration of New York’s rise as a cycling city. 7 different types of bicycle tyre tracks were used to create the Empire State Building, to reflect New York’s ever-growing tribe of cyclists – from the daily commuter to the delivery boy. $55 USD  90 copies remaining BUY NOW Date of release: March 2014 Sheet size: A1 (840mm X 420mm) Approx 33 Inch X 16.5 Inch Print Quality: Offset Lithographic Printing using 1 Pantone spot color. Printed on Recycled 220gsm Maple White paper. Suitable for archival use.

100copies:

21 The Cyclist’s Empire

A celebration of New York’s rise as a cycling city. 7 different types of bicycle tyre tracks were used to create the Empire State Building, to reflect New York’s ever-growing tribe of cyclists – from the daily commuter to the delivery boy.

$55 USD
90 copies remaining

BUY NOW

Date of release: March 2014 
Sheet size: A1 (840mm X 420mm) Approx 33 Inch X 16.5 Inch
Print Quality: Offset Lithographic Printing using 1 Pantone spot color. Printed on Recycled 220gsm Maple White paper. Suitable for archival use.
Make Things (Happen) is a participatory project organized by Christine Wong Yap featuring 29 artist-created activity sheets to make things or make things happen.
Artists: Lauren F. Adams, Oliver Braid, Maurice Carlin, Kevin B. Chen, Torreya Cummings, Helen de Main, double zero, Bean Gilsdorf, Galeria Rusz, Sarrita Hunn, Maria Hupfield, Nick Lally, Justin Langlois, Justin Limoges, Jessica Longmore, Mail Order Brides/M.O.B., Meta Local Collaborative, Roy Meuwissen, Dionis Ortiz, Kristina Paabus, Piero Passacantando, Julie Perini, Risa Puno, Genevieve Quick, Pallavi Sen, Elisabeth Smolarz, Emilio Vavarella, David Gregory Wallace, Lexa Walsh.

See Make Things (Happen) at:Social in Practice: The Art of Collaboration
Curated by Deb Willis and Hank Willis Thomas
March 27–October 2, 2014Nathan Cummings Foundation 475 Tenth Avenue, 14th floor (between W. 36th & 37th Streets), New York, NY 10018Opening Reception: Thursday, March 27, 6-8 pm Reservations required; email exhibits@nathancummings.org.
Mid-October to November 28, 2014NYU Tisch School of the Arts Department of Photography and Imaging galleries721 Broadway, 8th Floor (between Washington Place and Waverly Place), New York, NY 10003Opening Reception: TBA 
Project Statement

Make Things (Happen) is intended to multiply creative activity. I started by asking 29 artists to create activity sheets; these are downloadable here and freely available in Social in Practice: The Art of Collaboration. Anyone and everyone are invited to use them to make things or make things happen, then share their results (#mkthngs or #mkthngshppn) to encourage further participation.

Make Things (Happen) is a participatory project organized by Christine Wong Yap featuring 29 artist-created activity sheets to make things or make things happen.

Artists: Lauren F. Adams, Oliver Braid, Maurice Carlin, Kevin B. Chen, Torreya Cummings, Helen de Main, double zero, Bean Gilsdorf, Galeria Rusz, Sarrita Hunn, Maria Hupfield, Nick Lally, Justin Langlois, Justin Limoges, Jessica Longmore, Mail Order Brides/M.O.B., Meta Local Collaborative, Roy Meuwissen, Dionis Ortiz, Kristina Paabus, Piero Passacantando, Julie Perini, Risa Puno, Genevieve Quick, Pallavi Sen, Elisabeth Smolarz, Emilio Vavarella, David Gregory Wallace, Lexa Walsh.

See Make Things (Happen) at:
Social in Practice: The Art of Collaboration

Curated by Deb Willis and Hank Willis Thomas

March 27–October 2, 2014
Nathan Cummings Foundation 
475 Tenth Avenue, 14th floor (between W. 36th & 37th Streets), New York, NY 10018
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 27, 6-8 pm 
Reservations required; email exhibits@nathancummings.org.

Mid-October to November 28, 2014
NYU Tisch School of the Arts Department of Photography and Imaging galleries
721 Broadway, 8th Floor (between Washington Place and Waverly Place), New York, NY 10003
Opening Reception: TBA 

Project Statement

Make Things (Happen) is intended to multiply creative activity. I started by asking 29 artists to create activity sheets; these are downloadable here and freely available in Social in Practice: The Art of Collaboration. Anyone and everyone are invited to use them to make things or make things happen, then share their results (#mkthngs or #mkthngshppn) to encourage further participation.

99percentinvisible:

"sneckdown" ( combination of “snow” and “neckdown” - another name for a curb expansion) uses snow formations on the street to reveal the space cars don’t use. Advocates can then use these sneckdown photos to make the case to local transportation officials that traffic calming interventions like curb bumpouts and traffic islands can be installed without any loss to car drivers. 

From What Snow Tells Us about Creating Better Public Spaces on E. Passyunk Avenue

(via thisbigcity)

trackordienyc:

Ridin around and gettin it! Meow Niggas! Follow on Instagram @TrackOrDieNYC

trackordienyc:

Ridin around and gettin it! Meow Niggas! Follow on Instagram @TrackOrDieNYC