Adult Learn to Ride

Adult Learn to Ride

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Bike Skills 101: Learn to Ride—Adults is a free class for adults and mature teens who are ready to ride. Doesn’t matter […]

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A New Yorker’s guide to locking your bike properly
Biking

A New Yorker’s guide to locking your bike properly

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Thanks to 15 new miles of bike lanes this year and half a million New Yorkers getting on their bicycles each month, […]

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The six types of cyclists you meet in NYC
Biking

The six types of cyclists you meet in NYC

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From career cyclists to intrepid youths to delivery guys, here’s every type of two-wheeled friend or foe you might meet in a New York City bike lane.

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One Brooklyn cyclist’s solution to dangerous intersections: DIY bike lanes
Community

One Brooklyn cyclist’s solution to dangerous intersections: DIY bike lanes

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It’s hard out there for a bike. New York cyclist deaths are up 25% this year, according to the Mayor’s 2016 management […]

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Tune up with tunes: 4 ways to attach a speaker to your bike this summer
DIY

Tune up with tunes: 4 ways to attach a speaker to your bike this summer

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Ever have something that should be played at high volume, preferably in a residential area? Not that we here at Brokelyn would […]

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Cool summer job alert: Help train the next generation of NYC cyclists this summer
Careers

Cool summer job alert: Help train the next generation of NYC cyclists this summer

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Summer means biking everywhere, summer jobs, fond memories of camp and mentally high fiving every school child you pass on the street […]

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5 reasons you’re less likely to die biking in NYC than doing most anything else in New York
Biking

5 reasons you’re less likely to die biking in NYC than doing most anything else in New York

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Nothing quite compares to the feeling of cresting the top of the Williamsburg Bridge bike lane, surveying our badass city before you […]

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Check out all the new NYC bike map and the new bike lanes opening in 2016
News

Check out all the new NYC bike map and the new bike lanes opening in 2016

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We did it gang: it’s finally biking season again, or at least the season when you can bike without gloves without turning your hands […]

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For New Year’s resolution dropouts: outdoor goals you’ll actually want to keep
Outings

For New Year’s resolution dropouts: outdoor goals you’ll actually want to keep

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Give yourself a break from “be better with money” and “go to the gym three times a week.”

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Talk to strangers: advice for finding your outdoor community
Outings

Talk to strangers: advice for finding your outdoor community

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Sorta Outdoorsy pal Allie Lee on finding a new outdoor community after relocating to London. Her advice? Talk to strangers.

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