The Coachella campgrounds are the Wild West of the festival. They are the sort of place you can imagine Hunter S. Thompson running around with his pants around his ankles. Drugs are more plentiful than food. And going to bed before 4 a.m. is considered an early night. Here are some of the most d ... More >>
When Commissioner Rebeca Sosa introduced a resolution last month asking FDOT consult with Miami-Dade before it installs new bike lanes, cyclists reacted with fury. Sosa was deluged with calls and emails from advocates convinced the resolution was a sneak-attack to prevent new bike lanes in a town al ... More >>
Over the last few years, Miami nightlife has seen a definite paradigm shift. And it coincides with the emergence of DJ-promotions collective LINK. The tyranny of commercial dance music and VIP culture on South Beach is being battled each week by parties like LINK's, which cater strictly to undergro ... More >>
There's nothing in the world like a good treehouse. We used to buy weed from a guy named Rasta who had a badass one somewhere in South Dade. It was tricked out with air conditioning, a fish tank, and a 60-inch plasma screen TV. The only Treehouse we know that's cooler is the party place on S ... More >>
Ess & Emm at the Treehouse Grand Opening . Maybe you lost your virginity in a tree house. Maybe you used to steal your pop's old Playboys and flip through them with a flashlight. Maybe it's where you drank your first 40-ouncer and smoked your first cigarette. Fast forward a decade or so, an ... More >>
Former Mayor Manny Diaz made bicycling a key part of his agenda (so much so that he's now under a weird ethics investigation for accepting a bicycle from his staff as his going-away gift), and now Bicycling magazine has named Miami one of the best cities for bicyclists in America.In 2008, the mag ... More >>
To read past installments of South Florida According to Brooklyn, click here. It's the middle of June, so that means it's about time for the monthly Keirin Cycles open sprints. The event takes place tomorrow night, June 11. At last month's events, we had a debut local screening of Maca Frama, a docu ... More >>
He's back, and sounding off about bikes.
Not in your pants.
To get an introduction to Jose El Rey (if you actually need one!) and to read previous installments of his weekly Crossfade column, Que Pasa, M.I.A?, click here. Against my better judgment and sense of comfort and convenience, I went camping. Into the woods. Into the night. With fire. And "beware of ... More >>
"I do not think we cyclists have a chance."
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It's dangerous, but Miami is getting friendlier to bikes.
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A Miami rider broke from the pack and admitted to drug use in cycling
Myakka River State Park
Florida Bay Outfitters
Canoe Trip to Chicken Key Island Nature Preserve
Biscayne National Park
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Mountain-bike enthusiasts are stump-jumping mad after being evicted from their favorite South Dade path
Miami kayaker Miguel Hernandez was having the time of his life on a solo voyage to Cuba -- until a multinational team of drug cops crashed the party
Nick Carter led a group of FIU students on a trek into the Amazon rain forest. Now some of them say he's all wet.
U.S. Rep. William Lehman snags $2.5 million in federal money for bike paths in his Dade district - and cyclists aren't taking it sitting down