I managed to cajole a friend into taking some snaps from the Sustainable West Seattle fair this Saturday. It’s clear from the evidence that West Seattle is sustaining more than it’s fair share of cycles, including of the cargo, electric and kid variety, let alone the electric cargo fuzzy dice category. Great day for a fair, sounds like wonderful time was had by all.
Bike Hugger got its start in part because of all the bike culture I noticed as I traveled around on business, speaking at conferences, and vacations. These bike connections continue today and just this week at Web Design World where I met Planet Propaganda. We talked blogs, social media, and the work they’re doing with Gary Fisher.
Discussing Mobile Social this morning, we somehow got onto the topic of mobile bicycle repairmen. This, inevitably, led to Monty Python references.
“See how he uses a spanner to tighten that nut!”
Traveling a lot leads to airport fatigue and there’s nothing more refreshing than seeing a bike exhibit!
The goal of the exhibit is to offer a glimpse into the role bikes play in the lives of Oregonians “ racing, replacing a car, riding up and down mountains, or just riding for the joy of it. The exhibit is organized by the Port of Portland, Sweetpea Bicycles, the Regional Arts & Culture Council and the Portland Development Commission.
PDX is my fav little airport and many of Webvision’s attendees will see the exhibit as they arrive.
p>I’ve been working on a new toodling-around-town bike since last summer. It’s a used 7005 Al cruiser frame I had powder-coated British racing green with a Nexus 7 (though I’m afraid I’m ultimately going to need an Alfine 8). The idea is to build a comfy, capable and elegant bike for getting groceries, riding to the outdoor cinema, etc. I’ve added a lovely and comfortable Brooks