Know your rides, don’t just measure your distance and speed. See how your ride intersects with a city full of riders. Identify the hazards and bottle-necks.
Plan your routes. Don’t let map software plot your course. Carve a path based on how other cyclists move.
Connect and be noticed. Don’t ride alone. Keep your independence while you connect with other cyclists that share your commute.
In the summer, there are nearly a quarter million cyclists on the NYC streets. Bikes are not an alternative form of transportation, they provide an essential means to get around. But bikes are quiet and take up little space. Let’s build a network and get noticed.