Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, Flatbush and East Flatbush now have a cycling thoroughfare to East River crossings with a newly completed protected bike lane on Flatbush Avenue as well as 4th Avenue.
Part of the long-in-the-works Brooklyn Greenway that will unite the Brooklyn waterfront with a 26-mile-long bike path, a stretch along Kent Avenue is nearing completion.
A Windsor Terrace Community Board 7 committee voted in favor of the city’s plan to install a controversial parking-protected bike lane along Fort Hamilton Parkway on Monday.
Rather than expanding the existing bike path, the DOT is looking at moving cyclists to one of the car lanes, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
The ghost bike was a memorial to a young cyclist killed at the intersection in 2014.
A love of biking and a passion for maps inspired graphic designer Jacqueline VanDusen to bike every street in Brooklyn and document her journey on Instagram.
See Bed Stuy from a bike seat on a series of free tours running twice a week through the fall.
Bicycles may be the thing here in 21st century Brooklyn, but all of the borough’s current bike venues have nothing on Coney Island’s former bicycling stadium.
When you envision a post-bike-ride snack, you probably think along the lines of granola bars, smoothies or energy drinks. But for the Brooklynites of yesteryear, cycling was much more than a sport, and eating with fellow bikers could go well beyond replenishing electrolytes.
With the expansion of Citi Bike and local push for bike lanes, Brooklyn is getting easier to traverse. But not for everyone.