Maybe you haven’t ridden a Citi Bike yet–either because you live in Queens, or you have a bike, or you just can’t justify the $10 for 24 hours price. But the fact that they have finally arrived, and provide a two-wheeled option for many to get around New York, means we have turned a huge corner in our history as a cycling city. Tonight, the latest installment in our Brooklyn for Good series with the Brooklyn Community Foundation addresses the city’s present biking moment. Stuart Post will moderate a conversation with Dani Simons of Citi Bike, Noah Budnick of Brooklyn Greenway Initiative, Caroline Samponaro of Transportation Alternatives and new guest Ryan Zagata of Brooklyn Crusier, who can answer your burning questions about the future of bike sharing in Brooklyn and meditate on cycling’s impact across the city. Tickets are $5 and include wine and light bites–just purchase in advance to snag one of the limited, remaining seats.