Getting the place ready for tonight!
Tonight off the Beltline at the Old Fourth Ward Skate Park is New Belgium’s Clips, Beer and Film Tour. It’s a fundraiser for the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition. Join us for the fun and to support a great organization that keeps on supporting cyclists in Atlanta.
Fun starts at 7:30. The event is free and open to the public.
On the 2nd Friday of each month is the Mobile Social. Yes, the skies opened up and we all got soaked this last time. But that didn’t stop a bar full of people from ending in Kirkwood.
The Mobile Social is also preparing for their big event that benefits the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition. Join us on Saturday October 4th.
You know you’re in the right place when you see the jumble of used bikes locked up out front. Inside, parts fill every corner of the room, tools explode from drawers and wooden pegs, and a line of rims dangles from the ceiling like the edge of a spiral notebook.
Whether in someone’s old garage or a fancy storefront downtown, your first time inside a bicycle co-op can be intimidating. But there are good reasons to push through your uncertainty and see what’s behind the sprocket-covered front door of your local collective shop.
Read on here.
Congratulations to the East Atlanta Kids Club and the Brownwood Bike Rally on their 10th year. Its great to see how the event has grown; from the number of sponsors, to the number of kids racers, and the incredible community support.
SoPo is glad to be a part of it and help out. Thanks to everyone who put this event together and those that participated in it.
Passing through Tallahassee, FL; couldn’t pass up a chance to visit our bike co-op friends and former Bike Bike SE hosts Krank It Up. Unfortunately they were closed. I did talk to Russell and Jeff who were around. We talked bike culture, changes to the town, and the growing bike infrastructure.
Krank It Up is nicely located to a street that had a lot of bike traffic. In a college town, it was complete gridlock of cars. The quickest way anywhere on and around campus was by alternative transportation. There were already a lot of bikes being used because it’s a college campus and there is room to grow that number.
Wish we could have visited and stepped inside Krank It Up. We’ll see you next time.
SoPo High Five!