Courier industry in decline, especially in DC

DC couriers are getting hit especially hard due to the number of legal documents being electronically filled now.

Here is a recent article in the Washington Post pointed out to me by DC courier and race organizer John Dinn of

In Washington, a Two-Tire Industry Goes Flat Athletic rebels swathed […]

Report from Bega on DC alleycat

Congratulations to Elliot shown here in Blue (in the middle) with Fast Eddie Williams, photographer and alleycat organizer, John Dinn on the right.

Elliot won the Obama Inauguralleycat.

Shawn “bega” Blumenfeld was on hand and has this to report:

last inauguration posting… the parade is still going on but we’re all done. rode our […]

John Dinn’s Alleycat makes local news.

I’m a dork. I forgot the DC bars…duh.

I almost forgot the most important part about hanging out in DC…

The Bars. Here are three hangouts that I forgot to post from John Dinn’s list:

1) The Lucky Bar, 1221 Connecticut Ave.

2) The Reef 2446 18th St. NW

3) The Asylum 2471 18th St. […]

Are you ready for OBAMA?

Anyone biking to DC for the January 20th inauguration? Now I know we are all going to miss poor Georgie: 30,000 people off of those roofs.

For people going to DC, there is lots to do as well as seeing our first African American president sworn into office.

John Dinn of Demoncats is throwing […]

Memory (bike) Lane

Well its been hard to update this blog with Junior in my arms. Trying to learn how to type with one hand is a whole new skill set. I barely have time to sleep…nah, I don’t have time for that either. So I’ll be looking at the other blogs for now.

Just to keep […]

Video from Obama Alleycat in D.C.

Here is a nice multimedia presentation from Ryder Haske at GW Hatchet.

From this past weekends Obama Alleycat. Nice to see DC’s local Bruce Beran getting some screen time…even though he didn’t win.