What It’s Like To Bike NYC Everyday from BuzzFeedVideo.

Tim Sessler uses a Freefly TERO to shoot some beautiful street level photography around the streets of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens. You can see some behind the scenes footage here. Thanks to The Inspiration for the heads up.

CityLab explores New York’s addition of cycle lanes and how in some cases this has been done without affecting the flow of traffic. The illustration is of a bike lane installed on Columbus Avenue from 96th to 77th streets in 2010-2011.

CityLab explores New York’s addition of cycle lanes and how in some cases this has been done without affecting the flow of traffic. The illustration is of a bike lane installed on Columbus Avenue from 96th to 77th streets in 2010-2011.

David McLeod’s illustration for ARTCRANK New York 

David McLeod’s illustration for ARTCRANK New York 

Leo Espinosa illustration accompanying Bike Snob’s advice to Citi Bike in Bicycling magazine on how they can get more people taking part in the bike share scheme (tongue definitely in cheek).  

Leo Espinosa illustration accompanying Bike Snob’s advice to Citi Bike in Bicycling magazine on how they can get more people taking part in the bike share scheme (tongue definitely in cheek).  

Nigel Sylvester photographed by 13th Witness for the Mad Transit Audacity project. 

Nigel Sylvester photographed by 13th Witness for the Mad Transit Audacity project. 

The CitiBike from Kurt McRobert’s NYC Bikers series. Felix Salmon has a thoughtful analysis of problems with the management of the Citi Bike scheme in New York following up in Bike Snob’s piece earlier in the week in the New York Times.

The CitiBike from Kurt McRobert’s NYC Bikers series. Felix Salmon has a thoughtful analysis of problems with the management of the Citi Bike scheme in New York following up in Bike Snob’s piece earlier in the week in the New York Times.

The New York Times profiles New Yorkers adoption of the bicycle as a means of getting around the city and how this trend has expanded the parts of the city that are now seen as desirable. Accompanying the article is an interactive infographic which looks at the expansion of cycling commuters between 2008 and 2012. 

The New York Times profiles New Yorkers adoption of the bicycle as a means of getting around the city and how this trend has expanded the parts of the city that are now seen as desirable. Accompanying the article is an interactive infographic which looks at the expansion of cycling commuters between 2008 and 2012. 

Where New Yorkers have the most bike crashes.

[Graphics: MIT’s “You Are Here”]