Come help put the bike back in Christmas this Saturday with the Christmas Parade in Huntsville! Meet in lot K, across from the Post Office on Clinton Ave. Downtown about 11:30 AM. Decorate hour bike, decorate your bod. Route is a bit over two miles & very slow (walking speed) pace. Will be over by about 2:30 PM.
Friday, December 2, 2011
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Before the Vintage Ride, come down to the Seminole location of the Boys and Girls Club and pump up some tires. A large number of bikes have been donated to the Boys and Girls Club. These bikes are in great shape for the most part. Tires need pumped up to make sure they hold air. Some brakes need tightening, etc. We will start at 9 am and go until about 12 or 1. Come join us. The next dates for the Boys and Girls Club will be Sunday July 10th and July 24th if we need it. Archie needs to get all the bikes out of the location he has them in by early August.
Posted by clintpatty at 10:43 AM
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Lucky Cat 2 Bicycle Scavenger Hunt, a fundraiser to purchase bicycle locks for the Seminole Boys and Girls Club in Huntsville, AL.
Start/Finish at Lowe Mill. $10 to ride, donations accepted from non-riders.
Registration from 6:00-6:45pm, scavenger hunt starts at 7pm.
Prizes from Chrome Messenger Bags, Scallywags Bikes and Coffee, and more.
Posted by Bello Velo at 1:09 PM
Thursday, May 5, 2011
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Friday, January 28, 2011
Thursday, December 2, 2010
Portland may be the only large city to earn the League of American Bicyclists' coveted platinum status as a bicycle-friendly city, but they have even bigger plans.
It’s become a cliché that Portland is America’s most livable city, a hotbed for innovative ways to support green policies, public spaces, pedestrian amenities, transit, and, of course, bicycles. In fact some people are growing weary (and the rest of us envious) of hearing about how great things are in Oregon’s largest city.
Posted by Bello Velo at 8:21 AM