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Bicycle hip hop

Hugo from Melbourne, Australia created this music video tribute to the bicycle. Featuring a white guy with dreds, a pink haired girl with a bird cage over her head, a lanky dude in a mini skirt and a cast of hundreds of cyclists riding on the streets of Melbourne.

San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman rides a bicycle

The newly appointed chief of police for the city of San Diego, California is an avid cyclist.

LAB seeks Bicycle Friendly Community Specialists

Travel the USA and help cities become more bicycle friendly. The League of American Bicyclists announced two job openings for their Bicycle Friendly America program. The first for a Bicycle Friendly Community Specialist is related to Trek’s recently announced “Game Changers” partnership with the League BFC program, in which the League sends a specialist to read more »

New York’s Bicycle Speedway, 1896

New York author Stephen Crane won fame and acclaim after publication of his novel Red Badge of Courage in 1895. The following year, McClure Magazine published Stephen Crane’s “New York’s Bicycle Speedway” on the bike riding hipsters who begrimed Manhattan. The Western Boulevard which slants from the Columbus monument at the southwest corner of Central read more »

Defying Poverty With Bicycles

Sue Knaup has a passion to encourage cycling for all members of society. One way she does this is through One Street‘s Social Bike Business program which supports local leaders who are committed to providing disadvantaged people with affordable, quality transportation bicycles; job training; and jobs. One Street’s social bike program follows a sustainable business read more »

Bicycle Jobs in the Bay Area…and plenty of other places too!

  Greetings! There’s been a lot of activity in the bicycle biz this past couple of weeks. Below are the most spectacular and interesting opportunities I’ve found. If you have any feedback or know about any jobs I missed, please email me or join me on LinkedIn. Jobs in the Bay Area: The East Bay read more »