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Bikers took off on a roughly 200-mile ride from Battery Park, and will arrive in the state’s capital on Earth Day next week
These streets are closed until 5 p.m.
The NYPD says the man, who is in his 70s, hit the curb at 56th Street and Madison Avenue while riding the bike, fell and hit his head on the pavement.
It happened last Saturday.
Also, the police insist that there isn't a new crackdown on Central Park cyclists in effect, just the same old ongoing crackdown.
The Post found the "cycle of violence" has produced three deaths and 755 injuries in the first three months of 2012. They also mention there were 10,297 people who died in cars during that same period.
As you may have heard, the rich crybabies who hate the popular Prospect Park West bike lane so much that they sued the city are suing the city yet again.
Forewarned is forearmed, and CrashStat lets you know just how dangerous every city street has been since 1995.
The scene on the BQE. (Courtesy Sonia Moghe) Apparently there were
Photograph from last year's event by aberjona on Flickr Today's Five
The Grand Street bike lane ANARCHY. (Courtesy Felix Salmon, with photo
Nell Casey/Gothamist After yesterday's lawsuit was filed against the DOT to
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