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kris
May 26th

Bicycle Coffee is teaming up with Chicken Hawk courier to help L.A. stay perked up. I may be a tad out of the bean delivery zone but this rad bit from The Sleepers delivers all the same!

 

 


kris
April 3rd

A little coffee to help get you to the weekend…

 

 


kris
December 22nd

So this is a last minute, half-assed idea that a few of us thought would be fun yesterday. Every year I feel like Christmas comes and goes without ever really getting into the spirit. This should be fun. Sooo here we go!

– Meet at Watherstone (812 21st St.) tomorrow at about 8:00 PM.
– Drink some coffee, hot chocolate or beers (they have all three and some tasty foods).
– Head to the East Sacramento area (Fab 40’s cause they’re all loaded and spend bank on their lights) to peep some Christmas lights.
– Obviously bring lights and ride safe!

Here’s a terrible flier featuring Lunchbox that I threw together in about 5 minutes:


kris
April 13th

You probably know what Red Hook Crit is. Or you should haha. Though I don’t necessarily thing the director’s description for this video is “on point” ill post it anyways.

This is a story about one rider’s journey towards his first-ever Red Hook Crit. Frank Warren, owner of the Breukelen Coffee House in Crown Heights, is a passionate amateur cyclist who dreams of making a podium finish and cementing his name on the fixed gear circuit. But running a successful business while training for the biggest race of his life is a difficult balancing act. Can he do both?

Through Frank, we learn that fixed gear cycling is more than a hobby, a sport, an exercise. It’s a lifestyle, a culture, a worldwide movement. And if the criterium race format catches on and explodes likes he knows it can – fixed gear riding may very well take over skateboarding’s role and become the next big urban sport.