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Last week our landlord informed us, that he will increase the rent by 30% and will try to sell the storefront. This will lead to the end of Keirin Berlin. We don’t have rich parents, nor do we have lots of cash on Swiss bank-accounts. Moving is not really an option, as #Berlin gets sold to investors and it’s only a matter of time till not only Kreuzberg is the new Brooklyn… When we moved here in 2004, they begged us to take this place and gave us a 50% reduce on the rent. Please share this!
I’m training with a women’s development team for my first race in Central Park. My coach and the team captain are both women, and they’re teaching me all the lingo: Hold your line! Hug her wheel! Keep your RPMs up! Get into your drops! All while avoiding the bonk.
While technology has changed over the last 35 years, the glory of winning has stayed the same. Women’s cycling is actually a thing now, but so many of the rituals have stayed the same.
When my mom talks about her cycling experience, she doesn’t distinguish herself against men. She trained and raced with men, wore men’s clothing, and rode a men’s bicycle. It would be another two and a half decades before one of her sponsors—Specialized—would introduce its first women’s bicycle…
Winners kiss who they want, and checkout those warmup pants and Adidas sandals on the podium, such style!!!
Earlier this year when I was visiting Louisville for NAHBS I met Mike Salvatore, the owner of Heritage in Chicago. I had heard of his operation through the special edition collaborations he’s done with builders like Stinner and Humble, but honestly didn’t know much else about the business. Mike filled me in a little bit on his past, what he is working towards and invited me to stop by for a visit before my flight out of Chicago…