The best part is, we’ve no clue what the playlist is. It’s been pieced together by a friend of ours. He’s done this on a couple special occasions.
The first of which was an eclectic mashup of everything from funk to EDM. His last effort was a special disco mix that included an insane variety of awesome unheard of jams from the late 70s.
Unfortunately we don’t have the equipment to do the lights this week. Look forward to doing that sometime in the future.May 21, 2015 at 8:00 pm #46434
Master says faster!
This week fast is back. We’ll be doing another out-and-back. So strap on your gloves and helmet and expect to get winded.
As always, remember your own safety as well as the safety of others. Don’t do anything dangerous. That makes it less fun for everyone!May 28, 2015 at 11:25 am #46541
Hi everybody. It’s back! This week will be special with extra riders, a guest mix put together specially for the ride, and a buy one get one free special on beers. Oh. And did I mention there’s also more free stuff and goodies for our beloved community?
The date on the poster is wrong. It’s this Friday the 5th at the standard 8 p.m. Rentals are free for use for this ride, although we’ll still need a security deposit on the bike. Call in advance Friday to reserve yours.June 3, 2015 at 2:23 pm #46641
DanModeratorJune 7, 2015 at 3:01 am #46715
This week fast is in. Expect 30 to 40 quick kilometers.
Diverse group of riders so there’s no need to worry about leaving behind or being left behind.
Hope to see you there!June 25, 2015 at 2:11 pm #46986
DanModeratorJuly 10, 2015 at 8:16 pm #47251
Thanks, Dan. See you all this coming Friday.July 12, 2015 at 11:14 am #47268
Cool bike-related reddit IAMA
(and I admit, I understand maybe 10% of what this guy is talking about. Will be hitting Natooke shortly with a list of questions)
Things get heated near the end when they rumble over disk v. hydraulic brakes. Bike geek smackdown ensues…July 13, 2015 at 11:25 pm #47275
Attention: Friday Night Ride, Slow ride tomorrow at 8 p.m.
Thanks for the AMA, Ray. Read through it. Some interesting pointers. That type of bicycle culture/community doesn’t exist in China. Like so many things, bikes here are built like short term expendable tools.
There’s a complete lack in the market for things of a higher quality that last through the ages. Picking up an old Phoenix abandoned in your apartment complex is the closest thing to scoring a sweet ride or bit like he says.
As for bamboo he’s a bit off the mark too. The biggest challenge with bamboo frames is how to process the raw tubing to last against things like splitting, rot, etc. The joints (if done right) are built in a way similar to a handmade carbon frame and are the least likely area of issue.
He vows by steel, but steel, too, if left to the elements will rust and go to ruin. Even carbon these days is far more outstanding a material than it was even 20 years ago. I would not be surprised that in 30 to 40 years time there will still be carbon parts from today floating around.
The dude is definitely bike savvy, but is very much the “if you know everything about bikes they’re essentially free” type of dude. This is true, but for most average cycling joes is a tough-to-attain goal.July 16, 2015 at 12:38 pm #47295
This Friday. Join the cruise.December 3, 2015 at 4:30 pm #49085
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