Have a wonderful easter with your friends at the bike oven! We’re having a little get together this Sunday April 20th for all our bicycle community family members! BYOB and BYO-things to contribute/grill etc. We’ll fire up the grill around 2pm and the movie starts about 8pm!! Come on down….
THose are the three things you must go to sleep repeating so you wont forget. Tie a piece of rope to your finger to not to forget to dress up and try your costume on us for opinions. Well give you one and many more fun things. So dress up bike from gallery to gallery with us with some mayhem in between. MEET AT SIX PM at the pigeon and that aint code either with a constume if you dont have one we have plenty of things you can wear> the ride is very chill and it goes from art gallery to art gallery> please enjoy and support the art or else this ride is pointless> we end at the bike oven at ten. see you there.
THIS MONTH WE ARE DOING A DAY OF THE DEAD WALL SO BRING SOMETHING THAT REMINDS YOU OF YOUR DEPARTED LOVE ONE TO PUT UP ON THE WALL. IF YOU FORGET WE ARE PUTTING STUFF ON THE WALL UNTIL NOV 2 WHEN WE WILL HAVE A DAY OF THE DEAD EVENT.
Quick update on Tour de Co-ops planning:
Facebook event is up – please share and invite people through your co-op
Fundraising website is up and linked from facebook. Please share on your websites.
Back in November 2012, the New York Department of Transportation released a report called Measuring the Street: New Metrics for the 21st Century, which had some compelling figures on the way that local business benefits from bike-lanes, for the fairly obvious reason that cyclists find it easy to stop and shop, as compared to drivers, who are more likely to continue on to a mall with a big parking lot, or shop online.