Sunday, July 27, 2008

Re: Le Partycar

yeah, friday just had too much bikeness to fit it all in.  had to sacrifice partycar & CM & gestalt for tgif kegs/band & bike film fest & post-party.  BFF was solid, especially the live performance by Ines Brunn (holy sh*t!), Road to Roubaix, the waffle bike, and the cool music video by Bat for Lashes (mmmmm).

as for the friday NRLB, I think we have a new non-BTWD record - 26 people! damn!  27 if you include solo warrior altendorf.  don't think there were any mechanicals and everyone had a sporting good time, despite the Industrial rd. bypass and lack of the 'cross section/bridge to nowhere.  was cool to see a strung-out peloton along lagoon road/sierra pt pkwy - such was the size of the group that it looked "together" despite being spread out over a mile by the Hobinator's stretching of the elastic.


On Fri, Jul 25, 2008 at 3:53 PM, Nils Tikkanen wrote:
Haha, bright pink?  +1 for that alone.

+1000 for being in the city this weekend with all the cool kids.

-- party car first-timer

On Fri, Jul 25, 2008 at 3:47 PM, Heather Whitney wrote:
plus, even if you aren't into hipster watching and sausage it's always fun to watch my face turn different shades of bright pink after a cider or two!

and who wouldn't want to spend their Friday night doing that?!

On Fri, Jul 25, 2008 at 3:18 PM, Lina Mårtensson wrote:

Alrighty, I hear records were broken in terms of numbers of riders on
non-BTWD! Sadly yours truly wimped out, but shall make sure that part
deux of this important tradition is adequately attended: Partycar!

Those of you that may be new to this... here's how it works:
- We meet at the grassy knoll @ Charleston & Huff, 17:17 (that's 5:17
for you 'murricans)
- Ride our pretty bikes over to some liquor store to purchase le biere
- Catch the 5:46 Caltrain
- Upon arrival, proceed to Gestalt @ 16th & Guerrero where there's
double-decker bike parking, lamb sausages (yeah yeah, I know it's more
sf2gy to eat vegan kielbasa, but I like lamb, ok?), and more beer than
a partycar full of sf2gers can drink in one night.

Since attendance records were broken in # of bikers today, let's try
to break the record for partycar attendance as well! What better way
is there to celebrate your first SF2G than with your first partycar?


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