Rural Punk

While focused on climbing, I enjoyed this video from Gregory Mountain Products, and longed for a ride in the quite of nothing around me. The video features Joe Kinder, an NYC Punk that went rural in Hurricane, Utah.

Tax Rebates = Bike Parts

cash.jpg With the news that the economic stimulus checks are going out, I wondered what bike huggers would spend them on; would they bank the cash for gas when they have to drive, upgrade their bikes, get some new bike parts, wheels? Donate it? Or work on folding it all into shirts!

What are you spending it on?

$4.49 a gallon

Expecting record turn out for bike-to-work with prices like that … Uploaded by shaderlab | more from the Bike Hugger Photostream.

Falling Cars and French Fries

I’d add a bike rack to this art project

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for the irony and found this French Fry Holder incredibly obscene and then thought, “that’d be pretty cool for Bettie when taking the kids out to eat!

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Bike Hugger Mobile Social Portland

We’re in Portland Oregon for our next Hugga Event and it’s on May 21st to coincide with Webvisions. Just like we did at SXSW, we’re going to ride and then meetup at a pub for a reception with a raffle, giveaways, and schwag o’ plenty. Register for the Mobile Social on Upcoming. Participation is limited to 50.

Webvisions



Check below for the ride details and back here for updates.

WebVisions is a two-day web conference that explores the future of Web design, technology, user experience and business strategy.

So what’s a Mobile Social Event?
It’s Like a Tupperware party for bike enthusiasts, only without the beehive hairdo or weird cult-like party games.
No really, what is it?
It’s an intersection of bikes, technology, and culture – we ride, talk bikes, party, and give away product.
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