Bicycle Coffee Los Angeles…

officially opens today!

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Vegan tacos, free coffee, bike racing, and whole lot of dancing will be happening there today! See everyone tonight!

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From the man who brought you…

the I want my MTB sticker, comes the Single Speed Racer sticker!

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Here comes Single Speed Racer, he’s a demon on wheels, and he’s gonna be chasin’ after you this cross season!

Hit Diego up if you’re interested in these!

Loving everything about this photograph!

The hand-painted sign, North Zion National Park, sunset, BMX, and Utah!

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City Cyclist: Let them ride…

KeithHaringCityCycles

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I’ll take a t-shirt, a jersey, and a set of bibs!

This is pretty good too!

The Come Down looks a bit small…

and a really hard to ride. STOKED…hopefully this is a traveling show!

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The idea for The Comedown came from the building of the Sir Chris Hoy velodrome for the recent Commonwealth Games. “We started riding on the velodrome once it was built and chatting about how it was made etc. Then the Red Bull Mini Velodrome, came to Glasgow and my mate John Silvera who is a joiner and cyclist and all round good man raced on it (and folded his wheel and went flying off the side).” Murray said. It wouldn’t be available to the public for the length of the games, and funding was announced from Creative Scotland to fund 20, £14,000 commissions for art projects related to the Games, leading to a quick proposal to make a minidrome for the public during the games. Murray continued, “A week later I was in the pub with John and Brian from Rig Bike Shop which is where all the couriers work from in Glasgow. Anyway Brian told me it was a shit idea to build a minidrome as the Red Bull one already exists etc. But he had ridden the Dunhill one in Canada back in the day and what I should do is make an eight. Which I had never heard of.”

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