Friday, July 16, 2010

Los events: This weekend starts now

For this weekend, my wicked San Franciscans, we certainly have a case of the too-many cool things happening –When don't we?— Weather should be terrific, get out there and ride your bike - or borrow your friend's. Here are some of my picks. Luvya!

Bikes and Boudoir Party "Where the PUBLIC meets the PRIVATE"
In San Francisco's Cow Hollow (wow yes! more bike local events in the northside please!)
Facebook page event here: facebook event page

"Please be our guest and kick off our July SALE while learning about alternative transportation and the underwear that go with them. My Boudoir's ( mission is to fill a woman's ever changing lingerie mood. PUBLIC Bikes ( brings you beautiful, durable steel framed bikes based on well-established European styling and function. Special deals on PUBLIC bikes and accessories for Bikes & Boudoir Party attendees."

Underground Roots Series Presents "One Night in Paris"
6:30pm - 10:30pm
Fivepointsarthouse | 72 Tehama Street

San José Bike Party Deity Bike Party

A must. Tremendous fun. Be there
"This Friday night is the Deity BIKE PARTY Ride!!!! Come dressed like the goddesses, gods, and demi-gods you are and join us in ruling the heavens and hell… okay, maybe just the south bay…. but it’s a start!"

SF Randonneurs 115K
Well you know where I'll be on Saturday morning. You can still register online (+bring the form to the start) 115K and trolling throughout Marin's most beautiful landscapes.
More info here:

October 2009 | We were later than super DFL, but we did finish!!! they should have a FSL on the card (Finished super late...)
I think we thought the timer was to begin...
75 Miles!  Whew!
this photo of Ade and I was a rad milestone for both of us. The longest distance to that date.
More of our posse doing it this year, will certainly share photos.


San Francisco indie clothing, t-shirt and housewares label Nooworks is on the move! After a successful year in their Western Addition mini-shop they have decided to up the ante and move to the mission taking over the coveted Jack Hanley Gallery space at 395 Valencia Street.

Bike church at Manifesto Bikes, Oakland»

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