New Year’s Shenanigans or Blizzard Prep?


A tipster known as Gracie Court sent us this photo that she took on Joralemon and Garden Place. Anyone know whose bike this is?

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  • David

    Looks like they lifted the bikes in order to do cement work on the sidewalk

  • Lois

    They did the same thing to a bike on Willow Street corner of Pierrepont when they were fixing the sidewalk. I was wondering how the owner was going to get it back down.

  • BrooklynCoffeeLover

    It’s actually pretty smart. Other option is to cut the lock which would make the bike owner even more mad.

  • csharp

    definitely. it’s actually not legal for the city (or anyone else) to remove the a chained bike unless it meets certain criteria. http://www1.nyc.gov/nyc-resources/service/1191/bicycle-chained-to-public-property

  • BrooklynCoffeeLover

    Interesting page. I never knew the requirements as to how the city takes bikes away. I always see bikes around that are beat up taking up biking spots..glad there is a place to report this.

    Thanks.