Check out the link below for the fabulous bike event!!!!
It might only be February but Rails to Trails founding editor, Karen Stewart’s article Cycling Comes Into Fashion puts me directly into Summer, at least in my head! Read it here:
Hub and Bespoke
513 N 36th St Seattle, WA 98103
Katie of Cycle Chic sent us her photo for the Pantie gallery slide show… check her out, and many of our other satisfied customers.
CYCLE CHIC JACKSONVILLE is a Jacksonville Beach-based blog inspired by the global sensation Cycle Chic – The Original from Copenhagen – and all things pertaining to bike culture. CYCLE CHIC SUNDAYS started at the beginning of 2010 with a group of friends in Southern California who wanted to cycle in style together. CYCLE CHIC SUNDAYS JACKSONVILLE are every Sunday at 5pm. We meet at Champion Cycling in Jacksonville Beach (1303 N Third St).
Thank you San Francisco Superior Court & especially, the SF Bicycle Coalition!
In a nutshell, a record 35 bike lanes, nearly double the miles of existing bike lanes, will be added on key streets in our fair city by the bay!
“This is a great day for San Francisco. Making streets safer and increasing the number of people biking in our city will bring a range of environmental and health benefits that everyone in San Francisco can be proud of,” says Mayor Gavin Newsom.
Read the full story here:
Public Bikes, Pedal Panties and My Boudoir Lingerie are collaborating to give you a chance for test rides, good conversation, champagne, hors d’oeuvres, raffles and 25% off your underwear.
Friday, July 16th, 2010
6pm to 8pm
My Boudoir Lingerie
2285 Union Street
San Francisco, CA 94123
The Austin Flyers Women’s Cycling Group hosts the Driveway Bike Race Series. Here’s a picture, from the first week in June, of the lucky raffle winner… with a brand new pair of Pedal Panties! There was reported ooohs and ahhhs from the crowd…..when she showed her ‘booty’!
These days, bicycles are as much a part of the image of Paris as the Eiffel Tower. Through his photographs, Gil Garcetti captures fleeting figures, silhouettes that appear suddenly, turn a street corner and then disappear on the horizon. With an artist’s eye, he goes beyond documentation and creates a delicate mosaic of our city on bicycles. This elegant work is at once tribute and testimony to the mix of commonplace and extraordinary featured on its pages.
‘Bertrand Delanoë, mayor of Paris
In Paris: Women & Bicycles, acclaimed photographer Gil Garcetti (Iron: Erecting the Walt Disney Concert Hall) focuses his attention on the head-turning sight of women as they ride their bicycles through the scenic streets of Paris. Dressed with a quintessential French flair, Parisian women of all ages commute to work, run errands, meet friends for coffee, catch a movie, or go to the theater. Through snow, rain, and summer heat they eschew cars, doing their part to clear the air in the city of light.