This is gonna be a good one. I mean, you know… we got Fat Tire hooking it up with multiple kegs, TONNNS of prizes from our sponsors with Eighth Inch hooking up a bike to win. What could be better? Also trying to drum up some funds for the North American Courier Cycle Championships of which Atlanta is the host city this year.
As with the other Death Pedal 2 Premieres, this will be the only one in this region (southeast). There really won’t be a lot of chances to see the film so I hope people don’t sleep on it!
More info: www.death-pedal.com/news/2010/04/death-pedal-2-atlanta-th…
April 7 EDIT: Full Write-up HERE
My friend Anthony, over at Velo Cult, was kind enough to mail me one of their new shirts. This is the third shirt from their shop to end up in my weekly rotation and it may be my new favorite!
They describe it as a tribute to Randonneuring and Touring but that it really it could be a tribute to any type of cycling that brings adventure to your life. I couldn’t agree more.
I’ll be repping this T on my trip to San Francisco tomorrow. Next time I am out west I will certainly make it to San Diego and say hello.
More photos of the shirt in action can be found on the Velo Cult blog and you can pick on up at the Velo Cult Online Store.
Keep it up guys and thank you again!
Photos will be here later today.
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This bike is available via silent auction to benefit the Nianjema Secondary School in Bagamoyo, Tanzania. Hand painted by skate legend Natas Kaupas. 56cm. Bids accepted until March 27th.
More info on Keirin Culture & Kazane Bikes’s facebook and more info about Kazane Racing’s partnership with the Nianjema Secondary School in Bagamoyo, Tanzania, through the school’s US-based nonprofit Tanzania Education Fund can be found here.
Follow Kazane Bikes on twitter.
Photo courtesy of Cog Magazine.
RVAfixed just got their webstore up and running with a limited press of 24 Samurai. I just got one to the originals in the mail. Thank you guys again!
Matt, Stafford & I will be gunning for this!
Kareem’s latest! It’s gonna be good! More info here
Kazane Racing is proud to announce our partnership with the Nianjema Secondary School in Bagamoyo, Tanzania, through the school’s US-based nonprofit Tanzania Education Fund. The school was started 9 years ago by former Peace Corps volunteer and Virginia Tech alumnus Charlie Sloan with the goal of providing education in an area with few opportunities. Today the school boasts an enrollment of 400 student.
Kazane Racing is helping the school in several ways. One project involves equipping their new road cycling program. For the first part of 2010, team members will collect road bikes, parts, frames, clothes, and helmets from regional cyclists. In the summer we’ll take the parts and make 15-20 complete bikes. The bikes, accessories, and spare parts will be shipped to Tanzania for the students to use. This is the first program of this kind in the region. For this project we need anything you can donate. Team members will be able to collect parts at any regional race. Please email with any questions.
The team is also hosting an art show at the Keirin Culture shop in Roanoke, VA, with all proceeds going to the school. The format will be silent-auction and all of the art will have a common theme of bikes and cycling. The closing party will be March 13. We’ll have 50+ pieces in different mediums, plus music, food, and drink. Check back for details.
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