Sent the action photo to ze lady. She was not pleased.
I always get caught in group photos as the only person accidently looking in the direction of the camera. Exhibit B, above. Exhibit A, here.
Dammit, this was fun. DC Bike Party Pride Ride was this past Wednesday, and I couldn’t have asked for a better way to launch pride festivities this weekend. [check Shane, left]
Did I mention it was a Wednesday?
Ended the night at Cobalt to techno beats and the wonderful smell of sweaty and wet bodies. All great. Nice work DC Bike Party.
CHEERS AND HAPPY PRIDE!
I can feel the heat. Swamptown is upon us.
Solo smooth ride yesterday evening down to the Capitol. I wanted to break in the shnazzy Kinfolk kit that I purchased last summer (it took thousands of months for it to arrive). Caught the sunset and it was bootiful. Also, spotted DCPD help a youth with his flat and chain, it warmed my heart, you go DCPD, you did good.
Cheers, and happy riding!
Well this was fun. Had an early start with Russ Saturday morning, so we took an indirect route to Navy Yard to kill some time . We cut down through Columbia Heights, Shaw, hung a left somewhere in Penn Quarter and crossed town from there. Took a pit stop for some caffeine at Pound where I accidently swiped some yoga woman’s ass while waiting in line. I talk with my hands, it’s going to happen. I will probably and accidently touch your butt. I’m sorry.
Tour de Fat was great, and we couldn’t ask for better weather. Couldn’t find our frog lights, but we did find a cup of beer, patch of grass and a hilarious fashion show. Tour de Fat is weird. Good weird. Great weird.
Grabbed some foods at Union Market (Red Apron makes a killer meatball sandwich), headed home and porched. Solid. Cheers to fun bike events, happy riding through the short lived none-swamp town!
also – dc bike party pride ride is tomorrow night. I am excite. Come out y’all. (see what I did there)
Wednesday Whip It
Snap chatting while riding is tough.
k, I’m done. Cheers, happy riding!
Solid ride this weekend with Kate, Niks and Russ. Started in Rosslyn and picked up the Mt. Vernon trail to Old Town. Couldn’t have asked for better weather! Surprisingly, the trail was for the most part clear, compared to non holiday weekends, where its like riding through Times Square… on a sidewalk. It was Kate’s first time on a bike in 8 years and big props, she was a champ.
I’m itching for a long ride. Who’s down.
Fun read: BYT DC Bike Guide
Cheers urrone, and happy riding!