By Kurt Boone
Photography by Amy Bolger, www.amybolger.com
Many are familiar with his Monster Track flyers, but not the veteran New York City bicycle messenger behind the art. Greg Ugalde has uplifted and inspired the urban cycling…Continue
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What is the project?
In 1976 Danish Filmmaker Jorgen Leth made the legendary sports and cycling film, A Sunday in Hell, about the Paris Roubaix cycling race. It defined a genre and helped put the Paris-Roubaix on the global sporting map. Leth now comments on the race for television.
We plan to follow Leth as he prepares…Continue
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Gabriela Manrique "Today was a short notice “let’s have your bicycles up” at Solo Pizza NYC. Located between 2nd & 3rd on avenue B. They will be up for the next 3 months.…Continue
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It had been several weeks since her son, Mathieu Lefevre, was killed by a truck in October while riding a bicycle, and Erika Lefevre was losing patience with the Police Department.
She understood that the police were not going to file charges against the driver, Leonardo Degianni, because he was apparently unaware that his truck had hit Mr. Lefevre. She also gathered that the police had found her son at fault because he did not stop at a red light.
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