Monday, December 15, 2008

Friday Nite Lites


4th Annual Holiday lights night ride. More lights on the bikes than most of the city blocks this year :(
Someone calculated 60ish riders. Nice! Took the lights from the basket, clip them on my bag & took the Smurfette for a spin, since I didn't get a chance to pick up my BFF from the shop.



This is Eric's bike from LiteBykes He controls each eye/arrow from his handlebar to indicate turn signals. Yes.
[your bike will flash and bling more golden than a rapper's front tooth.
We can even bling out your name in a rainbow of colors from yellow and red to blue and green.
]


hey u got any more of that wine...

This 100ft. monterey cypress is San Francisco's official holiday tree. El chope train included.

lighting trolls

7 comments:

  1. Very cool event. Smiley face, most excellent.

    For a second, I thought the tree was dun up in bike lights. That would have been the coolest. Tough changing batteries, though.

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  2. I love these photos, and the event looked like so much fun. I agree with spiderleggreen, the smiley face with the blinking eye indicators is so fantastic! Keep showing us all of these wonderful things that you see and do in SF area.

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  3. spiderleggreen/ I know right? that'd be the ultimate tree!

    wendyB/ thanks!

    lavanna/ it was lots of fun :) yes that blinking turn/smiley face is pretty popular. thanks for your lvoely comments

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  4. omg that looks like so much fun! i can't believe i've never heard of this and i lived in sf for 11 years! yikes, well, i guess having a bike would help getting in the bike loop.
    ;)

    have a wonderful holiday meli! it's so nice to virutally know you!
    xxx
    jennine

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  5. aaww!! Iknow, well next time you're in SF we know we're def. getting together♥
    happy holidays(in german?) LOL
    xox/

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  6. Love the lights - so very festive!

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