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New Bike Blog in San Diego.


Welcome Kenton and Mimi Hoppas of alohabicyclecourier.com.

Read about their exploits of running a messenger company in San Diego.

Video from Redbull’s Trick or Treat

For all you BMX fans, here is a video from Red Bull’s recent Trick or Treat Jam.

Saw this on Bike Rumor.com

November 5th…Time’s Up Post election Ride

OUTTA THE BUSH POST ELECTION RIDE
Wednesday, November 5, 6:30 p.m.
Union Square Park North

After the election results come in, let’s ring in the new era on bikes! No matter who’s in and who’s out, the cause of non-polluting transportation and sustainable cities is here to stay. Be prepared to revel and shout or whimper and pout. Let’s make sure our new president hears us loud and clear. Bring kazoos, noisemakers, party hats and bells and lets get outta the Bush and ride into the future!

Bike Blog in New Haven.

Check out this bike blog in New Haven Connecticut.

Bikenewhaven.wordpress.com

Wishing everyone a happy halloween.

4 days to go. Vote.

Don’t let this happen…

Thanks, Urbanvelo for posting this…awesome job.

Day of the Dead…Messenger Race. Nov. 2nd

This one is in Colorado. Fort Collins…wherever the hell that is.
Check out focofixedgear.blogspot.com

NYC Premiere…MACAFRAMA

Hot, beautifully videoed movie of Fixed-gear culture and urban riding from San Francisco.

Check out the NYC premiere, Sunday Nov. 1st.

November 2nd…Day of the Dead Ride

on Sunday November 2nd, Time’s Up will be honoring the dead.

Day of the Dead Ride
November 2nd, 2008
2:00pm

Meet in front of the Cemetery at 74 Second Street (between First and Second Ave)-Manhattan

Join us for a Day of the Dead ride as we celebrate cyclists, both present and past.
Day of the Dead is a holiday that originated in Mexico to celebrate friends and relatives who have passed on. Join us for a Day of the Dead ride as we celebrate cyclists, both present and past.

We will bike and dance our way through the East Village, visiting ghost bikes,honoring the memory of those who have been killed, and demanding safe streets so that future riders can ride peacefully in a sustainable city. Wear bright, festive colors and bring gifts of paper flowers and sugar skulls to offer the dead in their journey of the infinite bike lane!

For more info on the Day of the Dead holiday go to: Wikipedia.org/dayofthedead

For info on ghost bikes in New York City go to: ghostbikes.org/new-york-city

Link to press release here.

Happy Halloween


skidding on hipsternascar.com
Here’s a flyer for Critical Mass in Alabama…

Check out the bike blog: bellovello.blogspot.com

Please send me links and pictures to all your Halloween Bike events and Have Fun!!!

Bike Kill 666 on Vimby