Author Archives: Eric Blair-Joannou

A wannabe-Copenhagener-real-New Yorker’s perspective on cycling culture in New York City and what the Big Apple can learn from spending time riding rapt over the bridges of the Danish capital. Biking across the harbors of King Christian IV may be just what the City’s citizenry should experience in order to see that simply riding a bicycle is all the American metropolis needs to do to upgrade its stagnant transit system. Follow Eric on Twitter too @clintonledyard .

Ministeriet for Venner af Cykling i Danmark i New Yorks Nytårstale

Perhaps this nytårstale should have come out yesterday, and been given by some more official person, but nevertheless. Godt nytår/Happy New […]

Tillykke med fødselsdagen, Citibike

  This month Citibike turns 1 year old, and the system couldn’t be more hotly contested, following up on what […]

Newyorkerne er vilde med deres nye bycykler!

Happy Spring, everyone. I would first like to apologize for my long (now entire-Winter) hiatus. I promise that I have […]

The many faces of Citibike

As the Citibike program continues to take the City by storm, our biking culture has become much more diverse in […]

Spinning class on Citibikes

Metropolitan Diary: Spinning on a rent-a-bike I simply wanted to share this quick, hilarious slice of life in New York: […]

A ViEW ON dANISH ART

Eric Blair-Joannou

A wannabe-Copenhagener-real-New Yorker's perspective on cycling culture in New York City and what the Big Apple can learn from spending time riding rapt over the bridges of the Danish capital. Biking across the harbors of King Christian IV may be just what the City's citizenry should experience in order to see that simply riding a bicycle is all the American metropolis needs to do to upgrade its stagnant transit system. Follow Eric on Twitter too @clintonledyard .