Photos by Andrew Hinderaker
Andrew Hinderaker’s portraits of cyclists in New York offer a snapshot of the face of cycling.
Though photographed at one intersection on the Brooklyn side of the Williamsburg Bridge in mid-February, these images could easily be from any number of other major city centers across North America.
Hinderaker’s visual representations of cyclists in New York show us that biking crosses ethnic, social, cultural and generational boundaries. The opinions shared by his subjects about what biking in their city means to them also demonstrates that the reasons why people choose to bike can be just as diverse as the people themselves.