The weather is colder (sort of) but that hasn’t stopped the number of bike related events in NYC. Here are some interesting events happening in the next few weeks.
- Richard Sachs: builder/designer Richard Sachs Cycles (http://www.richardsachs.com/
- Mike Spriggs: owner Gage+DeSoto (http://gagedesoto.com/)
- Lodovico Pignatti Morano: writer and consultant (http://www.rizzoliusa.com/
- Antonio Colombo: president and owner of Cinelli (http://www.cinelli.it/)
Tickets are available to readers of Brooklyn by Bike for 40% off. Just enter code BIKES2012.
#BikeNYC is Being Hacked: November 9-10th at The Museum of Natural History we will be hacking bike data, fashion and hardware. Have an idea to improve NYC bike infrastructure? Have a passion for tech, data, design, etc? Then join us!
Friday, 9 November, 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
5-minute Ignite Talks
This presentation will highlight the desires of the #BikeNYC community. If you are wanting to work on a bike hack project, please add to our global list of #BikeNYC hackathon idea a < http://bit.ly/BikeNYC_HackTopic >.
Saturday, 10 November, 9:30 AM to 8:00 PM
Hacking with data and sensors
This is the unconference hackday, we will divide into small groups and work on solutions. In the morning, we will review the BikeNYC topics and have representatives from Transportation Alternatives, CitiBike (aka Alta Bikeshare), NYC Department of Transportation, NYC Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications, and NYC Digital talk about their desired outcomes.
To register visit < http://ecohack3.eventbrite.
photo credit offMetro