Sunday, May 29, 2011

Check out Velo Bear!

Hello everyone!
Be sure to check out Velo Bear from now on to find weekly rides and adventures. Here's the link, and hope to see y'all there!

Velo Bear

Wednesday, April 20, 2011


A new favorite website...I believe...

Tune up Friday and first ride on Saturday!  If you haven't been to Sweetie Pies it's a must-go!

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Schlafly Tap Room and Other Friendly Bike Rides

Welcome back! A new semester means more biking for food, drink, and for no reason at all!

There is a really cool local bluegrass band called Pokey Lafarge that will be playing at the Schlafly Tap Room on Thursday February 3, 7pm. I don't know if there is a cover charge but it should be a really fun time. Let's meet outside Kayaks (corner of Skinker & Fo Park Parkway) at 6pm to ride over together.

If you can't wait that long to get back on the bike, the January FBC ride is Wednesday night, they meet at 10:30pm in Turtle Park.

And our Artsy Fartsy friends are meeting on Monday, January 24 at 5:45pm at Givens Hall to ride around. They'll end up at Blueberry Hill after the ride around 8pm for some post-ride celebration.

See you there,

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Happy Hour @ HandleBar

Hey friends,

Let's head over to HandleBar, an awesome bike-friendly bar in the Grove. Its a short 3 mile ride from campus. Meet at the corner of Kayaks on Thursday Oct 28, 9pm.

They have a great Happy Hour Tuesdays thru Thursdays and a cool selection of local beer.

See you then!

Friday, October 1, 2010

Taste of St. Louis is knocking on your door!

Hello y'all!

I would like to invite all of you to bike to Taste of St. Louis! (Even if you don't have a bike, we invite you to join our tour to Taste of St. Louis via metro - It's just a simple walkable distance from metro)
It is the greatest opportunity for food-lovers (those who live to eat, not eat to live) including myself to explore what gourmets there are in St. Louis, for the best of the best restaurants would be competiting their pride and tastes each other by giving free samples to public! It's open to public, free admission and for all ages! What can there be greater opportunity than that? :D

It would be an awesome stress relief for those of you who are relieved from the tests this week and it would be a study-break for those who have tests coming up next week, so let's keep it positive spirits! We can eat delicious foods and rock the test at the same time!

Date: Sunday October 3rd,

Place to Meet: Brookings Hall (We will start biking from Brookings hall to Taste of St. Louis which is near by Union station and Civic Center Station, and those of you who do not have a bike, will take a metro in Skinker Station)

Time: 3:30 p.m (but don't worry, Taste of St. Louis goes until 9 p.m. We will sit and eat and bike and eat more until you stuff annual worth of foods in your belly)
Also, to note: For those of you who wish to come back early, you are welcome to bring Metro passes with you so that you can take metro on the way back. (I highly encourage all of you to bring metro passes in case)

The place is roughly an hour away by biking, so we should be back by latest 7p.m. (but 6 p.m for those who take metro back)

The weather may be little chillier, so make sure you wear (or have) something warm, and bring a filled water bottle like a person of good spirit.

Also I would appreciate it if you can reply to this mail only if you are going and whether you would be going via metro or via bike (so that I can get head counts. :) )

Also, if you don't have a bike, we can get a group of people to get there by metro and enjoy the taste of st. Louis!

Tons of funs and events at the Taste of St. Louis is awaiting for you!

Love and Peace,

Karin Underwood and Paul Ahn

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Gioia's Deli

Hey pals. Will Bike for Food!

This place looks delicious and the Hill is a cool neighborhood to bike through.

Saturday, July 31st. Meet at Brookings Hall at 1PM for camaraderie, a great bike ride, and a taste of Italy.

ps - still not sure if you want to go? check out this interactive menu with pop-up pictures:

Monday, July 26, 2010

Will Bike for Humanity

This week let's bike for liquid food.  Let's bike... for Humanity.
This Tuesday, Architecture for Humanity is holding their long awaited happy hour and bake sale at the Schlafly Tap Room.  This will be a great chance to support our fine local brewery, socially conscious young designers, and the excellent local band Last to Show First to Go.  At no other event of the summer will you be able to get Miriam's famous summer squash cookies, drink Schlafly and listen to ex-professors (Mikey Naucas/Phil Valco) sing uptempo love songs.

Is this too good to be true... No!
Meet in front of Brookings to leave at 5:30.
Arrive before 6, just in time for the band!

Get Happy!


Schlafly Tap Room=2100 Locust street, if you can't bike, then meet us there.
Not 21? Have no fear, you can get in so bring your kids too!