Posts Tagged ‘Coffee’
I’m playing catch-up with my social media but I couldn’t pass up a repost like this from the Firefly blog.
It’s the last day before the #RideNStyle competition here in SF. I rolled out the the #fixiefamous crowd from the Mission, out to the Embarcadero to see the course and bumped into all the fixed freestyle guys. The following set is all over the place but there are some gems in there!
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Fat Burly Mermaids just put up their East Coast Roast video from last weekend’s event. Who knows how to party? Those guys. Featuring Van Homan, Kenny Horton, Eric Holladay, Dillon Leeper, James Lukas, Neil Hise, Rob Tibbs, George Dossantos, The guy from the Colombian coffee can and many more…
Finding good coffee and food while traveling is a higher priority of mine than finding a good bike shop. When I flew into Sydney last month, our good friend / tour guide Yogi took us to Robo Cog in Surry Hills. A cafe owned by cyclists? Sure! Count me in. 20 minutes later and we were hooked. The interiors, food and coffee were all top notch.
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Just read the copy in this flier and your mind will be blow. The world’s first ramp stunt over the world’s largest cup of coffee. Or something like that. FBM clearly went nuts this winter! I wish I could be there.
Today was awesome. We started off with a detox ride to some hills and immediately got sucked into the madness that is SxSW. I randomly bumped into Matty B, who was working at the Handsome roasters pop up shop. After some much-needed caffeine, I headed over to Yellow Jacket, where Elle Camino Vintage Clothes had her pop up shop going and from there, it just got kinda fuzzy. I do know that I saw Lamour Supreme at Secret Walls at some point but again, the rest of the night was a blur. Check it out for yourself here.
I had the chance to finally meet Matt Cardinal and Nate Meschke, co-owners of the Portland-based Signal Cycles. In their carefully-curated booth, they were selling these handmade posters. Each sheet was stained with Stumptown coffee before they were printed. How Portland is that? Even if you can’t own a Signal Cycles, you can probably afford one of these nice prints. Head to Signal Cycles for more information.