but instead I’m at the shop getting things done in preparation for Mr. Prolly’s Vegas Vacation. Andy from Fyxo and Ben from Argonaut are in town, and I didn’t want them sitting at GSC while I was working, so they set off on a (off)road bike ride with some of LA’s finest. Have fun guys and I’ll see you in a bit.
Do you live/work/play Virgil Village? Come to this meeting and express your support for the proposed bike lanes on Virgil between Santa Monica and Melrose!
This is Councilman O’Farrell’s first bike-related project he is considering and we need his stakeholders to let him know what they think. Will you attend?
More info at the LACBC Facebook page!
If you can not attend…please feel free to email email@example.com with any positive feedback or concerns(doubt there’ll be any concerns)! Hope everyone can make it out. This is O’Farrell’s first go at making the Virgil Village more bike friendly, so I’d highly suggest being in attendance if this and further bike friendly improvements matter to you.
From aero bars to Team Zed, the Cyclist’s Alphabet is now available for your walls. Two-wheeled enthusiasts from everywhere can appreciate both the technology and history behind our favorite mode of transportation with all 26 letters illustrated on 18×24″ True White French Paper stock.
Bike messengers are the coal miners of the cycling world. They take a beating on a daily basis while braving considerable danger, and let’s be honest, the money isn’t great.
There is, however, one respite. For the past 20 years, the best bike messengers on the planet have gotten to show off their grit and determination at the Cycle Messenger World Championships. Think of it as the anti-Tour de France. No ridiculous spandex outfits covered with ads. No blood doping or annoying pointy helmets. Just 400 or more riders from around the globe showing off their bad-ass skills in hopes of being crowned the fastest, smartest messenger on the planet.
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