I love this poster. Richard Gilmore drew it up and it’s incredible.
- August 6-7, 2011
- At Yardbirds Event Center in Chehalis, WA (2100 N. National Ave)
- Vintage bicycle and motorcycles.
- Indoor Swap
- Live Music
- Beer Garden
Previous years have had camping involved. I unfortunately don’t have much info other than what is on the poster. Call the numbers on the flier if you want more info.
AUGUST 13TH 2011
Ride from Magnuson Park to Bybee Nims Blueberry Farm in North Bend WA and enjoy a day full of concert stages, NW bicycle builders, bicycle inspired art and performances, as well as NW food vendors & brews.
For more information go HERE
Aldan sent this over today:
Single cyclists will have a chance to meet other bike lovers on Tuesday, August 9th at Hub and Bespoke’s “Slow Ride Speed Date” event in Fremont. Participants will take 3-minute bike rides with members of the opposite sex on a pre-set path through the neighborhood. Riders will note the individuals they are interested in, and Hub and Bespoke will later notify each person of any matches.
“This event offers a chance for bike-riding singles to meet people with similar interests, based on the premise that cyclists tend to have many other values in common,” says Aldan Shank, co-founder of Hub and Bespoke.
Anyone interested in participating should email email@example.com. Spots are limited, and a bike is required. The event will start at 5:45pm at the Hub and Bespoke shop (513 N 36th St) and will conclude with a friendly mixer at a neighborhood venue. More details available on the Hub and Bespoke blog (hubandbespoke.wordpress.com).
Wednesday August 3rd. 7pm at Satellite Coffee
If you’ve never heard of the Dead Baby Downhill- you’ve been missing out on a part of Seattle bike culture like none other. Beer drinkin’, bike ridin’, hell raisin’…. Freak bikes, tall bike jousting, live music, and just a fantastic time all around.
It’s simple really. Meet at a bar at the top of a hill- race to the bottom where the biggest bike party on the west coast takes place. Have fun all night long. There is also a messenger alleycat race- that is way harder than I am…
Check the DB website for more info.
And just so you know- the Shipwreck Tavern is located at 4210 Southwest Admiral Way in West Seattle. It is a bar- so under 21’ers can’t get in- sorry. The race is open to all ages, but once again- no one under 21 gets to whet their appetite with tasty beers procured by the Dead Baby Bike Club.
Ride your bike there, and be safe.
*No babies were harmed in the promotion of this event.
More from the folks that brought you Jens Voigt’s Army.
Untitled from Jens Voigt's Army on Vimeo.
The third Tour de Watertower is a wrap! I’ll post a full write up come Monday or so, but thought I’d share the raw feed from the computer. A little more work and I could’ve streamed the results for those following along at home (or on boat), but hey. Next year.
And now onto the results:
|Peter Van Wesep
I have a few times for those of you that came in after the comp was packed, will update soon.
Thanks to all the folks that raced, helped, donated prizes, and hosted us. I will thank you properly come next week, but I hear there is a party to get to.
Loving the work here. Definitely the finest engraving details I’ve seen to date.
It’s happened already, but this edit is awesome.
The Gravel Metric — More Gravel from Seth Deming on Vimeo.
Read more about it, including a recap HERE
Get your legs and liver ready- tomorrow is going to be a hell of a day in Seattle.
Tour de Watertower starts things off. If you didn’t pre-register that’s ok- just come to Cool Guy Park to see the racers start the sufferfest that is Tour de Watertower. It’s going to be a hot one- make sure you bring water…
- START – Cool Guy Park – along the trail starting at Lakeview Blvd E & Belmont Ave E
- High Point – 35th Ave SW & SW Myrtle St
- West Seattle – SW Charlestown St. & 39th Ave SW
- Magnolia – 38th Ave. W between Dravus and Prosper Across from 3218 38th Ave. W.
- Observatory Court – Queen Anne – Lee St. @ Warren Ave N Across from 1420 Warren Ave N. At sign in front of tennis courts adjacent to Fire Station #8
- Woodland Park – Phinney Ave. N. between N. 53rd st & N 54th St.
- Maple Leaf – Roosevelt Way NE and NE 86th st.
- Volunteer Park – 1247 15th Ave. E located on Volunteer Park Road, near entrance at E Prospect St.
- FINISH – Victory Lounge – 433 Eastlake Avenue E
See it on Google Maps
You can also stop by the finish at Victory Lounge beginning at 3pm to see the racers coming in, enjoy drink specials and watch the Tour de France. A big thanks to our sponsors, as well as to Victory Lounge. Show them some love for supporting our event!
Portland Design Works | Mopha
After you’ve raced your little heart out- its time to get on over to the Rubber Side Down polo party.
Starting at 7pm and going into the wee hours- there will be bands, beer, a DJ, bike games. It’s going to be a real hoot. In addition to polo kids just loving to party for the hell of it- this party will benefit 206 POLO and help raise funds to make the 2011 World Hardcourt Bike Polo Championships (which will take place in Seattle) even more awesome that it’s bound to be.
See you in the streets!