Taking Your Bike Out of Town

August 9, 2017 11:57 pm / Travel / no comments

By Maria Boustead Are you itching to ride your bike in a place outside the city but not sure how to do it? See below for bicycle restrictions on a few of our railroad lines, as well as popular bike paths to try. Remember to bring a patch kit and […]

Get Ready to Bike to Work this Spring!

Get Ready to Bike to Work this Spring!

April 10, 2017 1:31 am / News / no comments

By Joanna Giordano If you have the goal to start bike commuting, start planning now! Let’s say you can ride, but you want to step it up from occasional rider to commuter. This is a great goal! You will ride more, save money, and get the wind in your hair! […]


Woman’s History Month: Past and Present

April 10, 2017 1:21 am / Uncategorized / no comments

WE look forward to March for a few reasons: (hopefully) the weather starts warming, Daylight Savings starts, and it is Women’s History Month. Last year we celebrated with the Women’s History Scavenger Hunt which was a lot of fun. Did you miss it? Why not DIY this spring with friends […]


Reminding Ourselves of the Power of WE

April 10, 2017 1:14 am / Community Events, News / no comments

By Maria Boustead, Editor and Casey Ashenhurst, Director of WE Bike NYC WE Bike NYC aims to reflect the diversity of the cycling community in our city and considers inclusivity to be one of our founding values. WE Bike NYC is an all-volunteer nonprofit, non-partisan organization. Generally, WE’re in favor of getting […]


Bike Goals, Intentions, and Things to Try in 2017

January 9, 2017 3:33 am / Uncategorized / no comments

By Maria Boustead Happy New Year! Did you ring in the new year safely and joyfully and are you ready to make 2017 one of your best years ever? WE hope so! I doubt I’m the only one reflecting on 2016 and making resolutions for the year ahead, which got […]


Using Your Bike to Beat Holiday Stress

December 5, 2016 2:08 am / Uncategorized / no comments

By Maria Boustead Have you ever noticed that for a season of joy, December can be unusually stressful? So while you might feel like you’re too busy or too stressed to ride, WE encourage you to remember bicycling is actually an excellent way to deal with stress.  Here’s how to […]

How to Dress for Biking in Colder Weather

How to Dress for Biking in Colder Weather

November 3, 2016 3:04 am / Uncategorized / no comments

By: Maria Boustead The shorter days, the crispness in the air, the pumpkin spice everything…we all know what it means. Fall is here and winter is around the corner. Yes, the weather is getting cooler by the week but that doesn’t mean that your 2016 biking days are over. The […]


Biking with Kids in the Colder Months

October 9, 2016 8:44 pm / Moms on Wheels / no comments

By: Evonne Cho School has started, and predictably the days will get shorter and shorter while the weather cool offs. As hot weather riding has given way to cooler weather riding, many of us stop riding bikes day-to-day. But I’m here to tell and to encourage you that doesn’t need […]


Advice on what to do in a crash

September 4, 2016 2:51 pm / Uncategorized / no comments

By Meg Ausen WE here at WE Bike NYC do all WE can to build a community of cyclists. Part of this includes arming people with knowledge and skills, because knowledge is power! Whether it’s learning the names of the parts on your bicycle at Bike Parts Bingo or practicing […]

Looking to buy a new bike? Here’s our advice!

Looking to buy a new bike? Here’s our advice!

August 3, 2016 4:09 am / Uncategorized / no comments

By Meg Ausen August may seem like an odd time to welcome a new bike into your family, but it’s actually the beginning of the “end of the season” (don’t worry! WE ride all year round!). If you are looking to buy new, August is when you will see current […]