Amsterdamize has had a great, great year. So much so, that reporting on it has been lacking. Quite subtantially. I've received many pleas over the past 6 months, inquiries about upcoming posts and projects etc. Trying to
BikePlanet Is Our Oyster
Unfazed And Nonplussed
In September BikeSnobNYC wrote about his family trip to this ol' continent, cycling around Amsterdam on Henry Cutler's Workcycles bakfiets & observing London's day-glow extravaganza on top of a Boris Bike.
Bicycle Cultures Are Man-Made
The Bicycle Video Of The Year: Burn Cycle
On Going Dutch, Cherry-Picking & Confusion
Warning: this is going to be a long post. Why? Because this subject deserves all the space it needs. It deals with our neighbors just across the channel, a short distance away but light years apart when it comes to cycling.
Amsterdamize In New York City
Postcards From Amsterdam, Hello Copenhagen
#BikeNYC Portraits: Behind The Lens
In NYC I hooked up with professional photographer Dmitry Gudkov of BikeNYC Portraits fame. As it often goes, we found out about each other's existence through the interwebs, given our mutual interest for people on
Celebrating People On Bikes: Volume I & II
A recent survey by the Dutch Gazelle bicycle company among 800 people asked what their motives are for cycling. For short trips of around 4 km 88% uses the bike instead of the car. The main reasons: 70% said 'it's good
The bicycle - official vehicle of San Sebastian 2016
Top photo: 'Ayuntamiento de San Sebastian'. Courtesy (cc) of Fernando Arconada / The bicycle will be San Sebastian's official vehicle if designated European Capital of Culture for 2016. Orbea, a Spanish bicycle