Do regular every bicyclists feel they have decision making power in their community?  The general feeling is no, unless they are in a group.

Do regular every bicyclists feel they have decision making power in their community? The general feeling is no, unless they are in a group.

Just some of our amazing friends giving us support. You guys rock!

Our amazing outreach volunteers spoke five different languages this summer. We found that 62% of bicyclists surveyed spoke a non-English language at home.

Our amazing outreach volunteers spoke five different languages this summer. We found that 62% of bicyclists surveyed spoke a non-English language at home.

Some of the great photos you might see in our zine, Biking Public Project: Beyond the White Guy coming out March 3. Stay tuned to snag it online!

Today, we will be celebrating the one-year anniversary of Corona Plaza by taking portraits and doing outreach! Swing by if you’re around!

When: Saturday, August 24, 12-4pm
Where: Corona Plaza
103rd-Corona Plaza (7)

Facebook Event
https://www.facebook.com/events/440614526046192/

Today, we will be celebrating the one-year anniversary of Corona Plaza by taking portraits and doing outreach! Swing by if you’re around!

When: Saturday, August 24, 12-4pm
Where: Corona Plaza
103rd-Corona Plaza (7)

Facebook Event
https://www.facebook.com/events/440614526046192/

Bike Portrait Celebration Party!
When: Sunday, August 18, 2013
Time: 3:00pm until 6:00pm
Where:  No Longer Empty, 29-27 41st Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101

Some of our biking portraits taken on the very first day of outreach at Queens Plaza are part of a fresh new exhibit on the fence outside the Queens Plaza R/M station, next to the clock tower building! Thanks to our buddies at No Longer Empty for helping to set this up!

We’ll be celebrating with an afternoon potluck! So stop by with some drinks or munchies and check out the wonderful bike art.

Bike Portrait Celebration Party!

When: Sunday, August 18, 2013
Time: 3:00pm until 6:00pm
Where: No Longer Empty, 29-27 41st Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101

Some of our biking portraits taken on the very first day of outreach at Queens Plaza are part of a fresh new exhibit on the fence outside the Queens Plaza R/M station, next to the clock tower building! Thanks to our buddies at No Longer Empty for helping to set this up!

We’ll be celebrating with an afternoon potluck! So stop by with some drinks or munchies and check out the wonderful bike art.

Our next Jackson Heights Summer Outreach is today, Saturday 7/27, from 12pm-5pm This time, it’s extra special because we will offer mobile bike repair!! For more info, see our fb event! https://www.facebook.com/events/490533614357924/

Our next Jackson Heights Summer Outreach is today, Saturday 7/27, from 12pm-5pm This time, it’s extra special because we will offer mobile bike repair!! For more info, see our fb event! https://www.facebook.com/events/490533614357924/

Biking Public Project starts our Summer Outreach today! Join us today and for 5 more Saturdays in July, August and September in Jackson Heights!

Biking Public Project starts our Summer Outreach today! Join us today and for 5 more Saturdays in July, August and September in Jackson Heights!

JACKSON HEIGHTS ARTS FESTIVAL: MAKING NEIGHBORHOOD ART SPACES
Saturday, June 22nd 2013
(rain date: Sunday, June 23rd)
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Diversity Plaza / 37th Road Pedestrian Plaza
(between 73rd Street & 74th Street)
Jackson Heights, Queens
The Biking Public Project is thrilled to be a part of the Hibridos Collective’s Jackson Heights Arts Festival this Saturday. For the past year BPP has been snapping photos of cyclists with their bikes. Each photo comes with a conversation and a peek into each person’s world and their relationship with their bicycle. A bicycle is a powerful vehicle that gives agency to all our subjects, whether it be a vehicle for work, an affordable means of transportation, recreational exercise, or a fun family activity. This Saturday come see some of the work we’ve done so far, and get your photo added to the collection!

http://hibridos.co/jhartsfest-art-educator-biking-public-project

JACKSON HEIGHTS ARTS FESTIVAL: MAKING NEIGHBORHOOD ART SPACES

Saturday, June 22nd 2013
(rain date: Sunday, June 23rd)
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Diversity Plaza / 37th Road Pedestrian Plaza
(between 73rd Street & 74th Street)
Jackson Heights, Queens

The Biking Public Project is thrilled to be a part of the Hibridos Collective’s Jackson Heights Arts Festival this Saturday. For the past year BPP has been snapping photos of cyclists with their bikes. Each photo comes with a conversation and a peek into each person’s world and their relationship with their bicycle. A bicycle is a powerful vehicle that gives agency to all our subjects, whether it be a vehicle for work, an affordable means of transportation, recreational exercise, or a fun family activity. This Saturday come see some of the work we’ve done so far, and get your photo added to the collection!

http://hibridos.co/jhartsfest-art-educator-biking-public-project