Neistat Brothers: The Ethics of Stealing a Bike

Radar

Neistat Brothers: The Ethics of Stealing a Bike

The Neistat Brothers are no strangers to discussing bicycle theft in NYC. They put out a short edit in 2007 showing how easy it was to steal a bike from public space in Manhattan. Last year, at the WNW space, artist Tom Sachs led a discussion on the Ethics of Stolen Bikes. Sachs laid out the same 2-part rule as the Neistat Brothers are here, stating that there are two kinds of bikes in this world; nobody’s bike and somebody’s bike. Here, Casey Neistat goes over this rule in depth.

Watch it and discuss it below.

Previously:
The Ethics of Stolen Bikes
Tom Sachs: Stealing Bikes