Hope everyone’s 2017 is off to a roaring start! Bike New York volunteer Joanna Giordano’s certainly is, largely because of how well her year began last year. As a New Year’s resolution, despite not owning a bike, she set the admirable goal of becoming a bike commuter.
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This month we’re taking a break from individual profiles with a salute to the hardy two-wheelers who squeeze the most daylight out of their workweek and counter the battery of holiday sweets by commuting on two wheels.
Quinn Zannoni brings real world skills into his classroom, and takes his classroom out into the real world. He heads up the bike program at P.S. 373 Brooklyn Transition Center in Bed-Stuy Brooklyn, a project supported by Recycle-A-Bicycle, NYC DOT, and Bike New York. He teaches soup-to-nuts bike skills that he hopes his students will carry over into careers in the bike industry.