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Ride to Keep the Palisades Unspoiled by LG Electronic

April 18, 2014
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Ride to Keep the Palisades Unspoiled by LG Electronic

Advocates have organized a ride to show their disapproval of a plan by LG Electronics to build a massive complex that would tower over the Palisades of New Jersey, and destroy hundreds of years of an historic agreement. The ride, planned for the weekend following Easter, April 27,  is being organized by a coalition...
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Tenafly JCC Boosts Security After Kansas Shootings

April 14, 2014
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The Jewish Community Center in Tenafly, NJ has said it is boosting security after a Klu Klux Klan member killed three people in Kansas at the JCC and at...
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Photo of the Week: Black Label in Front of Brooklyn Museum

April 14, 2014
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Photo of the Week: Black Label in Front of Brooklyn Museum

We spied this incredibly creative jumble of bicycles attached to a light pole in front of the Brooklyn Museum last week.  On closer inspection, we saw the two-tiered, two-frame...
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Premiere of “Slaying the Badger” Coming to New York

April 9, 2014
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Premiere of “Slaying the Badger” Coming to New York

A film about the 1986 Tour de France battle between American cyclist Greg LeMond and French great Bernard Hinault will premiere in New York City on April 20. The...
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Steve Faust, Well Known Bike Advocate, Mourned

April 2, 2014
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Steve Faust, Well Known Bike Advocate, Mourned

By Jen Benepe–April 1, 2014 Cyclists have been mourning the death this past Saturday of Steve Faust, 67, a long-time bicycle advocate whose voice was heard in many places...
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Cyclist Struck in Hit and Run on 79th St.

April 1, 2014
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Cyclist Struck in Hit and Run on 79th St.

A cyclist traveling across the 79th street transverse though Central Park was struck by a hit and run driver at 3:20 PM this afternoon. Drivers behind the man did...
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Bike Ride to Honor Fallen Cyclists this Weekend

April 1, 2014
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Bike Ride to Honor Fallen Cyclists this Weekend

Christopher Meyer was only 32 when he died because of a collision with an automobile last November in Brooklyn, according to police reports. No-one will ever know for sure...
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Cookson Still Endorsing Cycling Move to Winter Olympics

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In the News — April 9, 2014 UCI cycling  head Brian Cookson has reiterated his desire to discuss the re-allocation of select Summer Olympic...
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