CBNC member and TOLA's good friend, David Flores, will contribute art towards Oakley Athletes Lounge for the 2012 Olympic games in London comes via three very large 8 x 10 paintings. Track, TT and Road. Very cool shit.
Check out this powerful short of Pedal Rev intern, Richie, who was a drop out and homeless in Stockton to getting on his way to a GED. He had nothing except mechanic knowledge and without anyone to encourage him, moved to SF to give himself a second chance. If you're not familiar with these guys, Pedal Revolution is a non profit that gives the youth a second chance in life. C'mon. Seriously, a touching video.
This Sunday, we're holding another Cash Money Hustle! Like all SF Greenseries races, first in takes the cash loot! We also need one more checkpoint worker too. If you're new to town, don't wanna race, or just familiarize yourself with people and what an alleycat is, run a checkpoint.
This weekend was a blast in Oakland. A Day At The Races on Saturday and QCR Bootycat on Sunday. Too much good food, bikes, and sun. And I think I was just cast in a role... Check out the flicks here.
I have a lot of respect to the messengers who ride day in and day out; the work and danger they put in their lives really exemplifies their character. A lot of people forget that these guys forgo blood, sweat, and tears to get what you want when you want it. Friday was Fergus' last day as a messenger. Of 8 years, he has moved on. Enjoy the rest of your life, sir.
If you ever have difficulty finding a place to store your bike, but can't drop the money on expensive solutions, this thing should set you back about a couple beers for lunch. Plus, it's easy as shit. Check it out here.