Crumpler Art Bags

On the Hugga list of places to ride and visit is Minneapolis and One on One Bicycle Studio. This weekend at One one One the Imaginary Bags Silent Auction concludes with a closing party. Imaginary Bags is is a fundraiser that features Crumpler bags designed by artists and designers from the Minnesota bike community.

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As our readers know, we’ve designed our own Hugga bag with Crumpler and remarkably share similar tastes and palettes.

Mundo-a-Mundo

Stumptown Mundo delivers a Mundo with a Mundo.

Uploaded by Jeremy Towsey-French | more from the Bike Hugger Photostream.

Social Media Essentials @ BizJam

A quick aside from the bikesphere blogging, to post on BizJam Seattle. Textura Design (publisher of Bike Hugger) worked with the event organizers to add a Social Media Essentials day. Good stuff and intended for those wondering what Social Media is.

What’s this thing called Twitter? Why are businesses even interested in Facebook? You want to start your own blog all about compact drivetrains? Dude, I don’t even know what RSS is!

2550152198_3cc8f5a1e0.jpg We’ll answer your questions and teach you how, Bro. And it’s notable that this is the event with the girls. The speaker line up includes more women than men. I think that’s a first at a tech-related conference.

Cycle Seen 2008

Cycle Seen is a celebration of the cultural diversity found within one city’s cycling community. The event features bicycle related photographs collected from local artisans and cyclists. Photos are grouped together and displayed in 9 locations throughout the city of Portland. The locations are as diverse as the photos; they range from cafes and bike shops, to a local grocery store. This makes each gallery and its surrounding community of artists unique. A 30 mile organized ride is scheduled to hit all 9 stops on June 14th. The above pieces can be found at Stumptown Coffee Roasters and will be auctioned off, with proceeds benefiting the nonprofit “Bikes to Rwanda.” The show will run in most locations through the end of June.

Uploaded by Dapper Lad Cycles | more from the Bike Hugger Photostream.

Smack! Pow! Zing! Ooof!

Construction Plastic Fencing

I ate shit Tuedsay night. Sure it was my fault, but it didn’t make it feel any better.

I was rolling up to the light on my way home, close to the right side of the road next to a construction area. There was one of those slick steel plates covering the road, so I went further right to avoid it. As soon as I did that I felt like Lance as my bike was ripped out from under me. I just barely grazed the orange netting, but enough to yank my right lever. Be careful out there kids - even the non-moving traffic is out to get you.

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