Bra on Hydrant

bra on hydrant.jpg Mark and I were downtown, on an errand ride, stopped at an intersection, and both spotted the bra on a hydrant. He snapped it while I recited all the possible ways that went down: “a drunken night, did someone lose this bra, did they take it off, where are the matching panties?”

The photo is also a great example of all the interesting things that can happen on rides. This one time, I was riding along with Marcus and by accident we found ourselves at the front of an AIDS ride finish. So, what did we do? Rode right through the finish, like we’d done the whole ride, and celebrated with everyone else!

What interesting things have happened to you when riding? Met a pro, a star, found a garden gnome, met your lover?



Bike Hugger Shirts Update

The shirts have arrived, are being printed, and should be ready to ship on Monday of next week (8/14/06). Those that have pre-ordered are in the queue first and we’re excited here to start wearing them ourselves!

You can purchase the shirts from Paypal or our Amazon store. If neither of those work, you can also contact us directly and we’ll take your order over the phone.



Photo of the day

A celebri-bike today, as one New Yorker’s ride keeps turning up on Flickr:

MetroCard bike

metrocard recycling, by nanaenay.

Apparently, this bike belongs to Andy Padre, who has commented on some of the bike’s Flickr pages. He mentioned a photoshoot with an AP photographer, so you might see this bike turn up as a feature photo in your local paper soon. Here are a few more:

By SantiJose, with Andy on board

By mdumlao98

By ultrasparky

By S.D.

By notsleepy

Expired MetroCards are often used creatively.



Good RAGBRAI story with Armstrong pics

2 Wheel Commute | Ragbrai Pics & the Lance Glance

Over at 2 Wheel Commute, “ajb” posts on his RAGBRAI experience, and on his quest to get the elusive Lance Armstrong picture. He spent 9 miles at 25 mph chasing (and losing) Armstrong’s posse one day, and then got another chance the next day.

Don’t miss the results…



Sunny Season in Seattle

It’s the time of year in Seattle, when I often say, “I love living here.” As the NYTimes reports, “Clouds lift, mountains and water come out of hiding, decks fill with flowers and bare limbs, and trendy menus promote a different local berry every week: strawberries, raspberries, marionberries.” And the cyclists all come out!

My favorite city rides include

  • Magnolia loop – along the waterfront, Myrtle Edwards Park, up to Magnolia, and back.
  • Alki path – from my house, spectacular views of the sound, people, down the path and bike.
  • The Super Special – through downtown, Westlake ave, right at Red Robin, Lake Wa blvd.

For more on rides in Seattle, see the bike maps and remember the Bicycle Saturday and Sunday weekends along the lake.

What are your favorite rides in your city?



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