Ironically concluding the last day of a May full of rides, jumbles, expos, fairs and other bike related fun with respect to the do’s and don’ts, ‘national bike month’ appropriately kicked-off at ‘blessing of the bikes’ inside St. John the Divine in NYC when we, not only prayed for our safety but, remembered those who lost their life on two wheels (aka white bicycles). It reminds us of the vigilance necessary on NYC streets, whether or not clear, it also means following the law! That said, I will post all biking rules through June and might even tell you exactly what happened with the cop along the way!
Happy ‘Bike to Work Day’ NYC at the end of ‘Bike to Work Week’. Hope you’re enjoying more than just commuting on two wheels during this wonderful ‘National Bike Month’ with so many great events to get on a cycling high with! A first finding a this tattoo on my way to ISCP Open Studios in Williamsburg last Friday, courtesy of Alona (sp?) who happily allowed me to snap this cool expression of our common passion.
Bagpiping inside St. John the Divine during the Blessing of the Bikes ceremony.
I’m excited to start sharing my biking experiences in NYC on my Free Spirit. I had an especially good ride with friends up to the Little Red Lighthouse this past Saturday.