Time to shut her down. Been in Living in Denver for the last few years so I’m not involved in the Dallas Fixed scene. Which means it’s time to officially shut down the blog.
I had a great time doing this project along with my buddy Jonathan. We met some great people while working on this project, had some painfully good times and rode lots, and lots of miles.
Bye bye, Dallas. Viva, Dallas. Viva, Fixed.
Tack Supermarket says:
“You can mix and match an assortment of colors for the top, base, and even rails of your saddle. I`m really excited about these and curious to see what color combos everybody is interested in. Black Suede top/Blue base/Black rails? Red sofrina top/Yellow base/Pink Rails? Brown Suede top/White base/ Gold rails? There`s a lot of options to make your bike look fresh, with a quality saddle from Kashimax.
Please keep in mind that these are custom made to order and can take up to three weeks before completed.”
Very limited edition Citizen pack from Chrome and Krooked Skateboards drops today. Get yours while the gett’ns good.
A Good Day. from Bishops Pocket on Vimeo.
Andy Timpson building his Leader 725tr.
BFOC is at it again:
We’re closing down the street in Bishop Arts for the first ever Brew Riot Festival sponsored by
Eno’s, with proceeds going to Go Oak
Cliff! The event is on Saturday, June 12th from 6PM to 10PM.
There’s going to be 8 homebrewer’s on hand giving samples of their brews
along with a handful of micro brews including New Belgium, Real Ale,
Once it starts getting dark, Lonestar Gold Sprints
will be on hand to hold some outdoor stationary sprints. We’ll also
have a giant outdoor chess set, live music, and more. The street closure
starts at 6PM, and 75208 is planning on heading a ride from Downtown to
the event. We’ll post more details as soon as they’re announced.
View the Facebook event page here.
Ride Date: Sunday, May 23, 2010
Start Location: Eno’s Pizza Tavern, Bishop Arts District
Start Time: 1:00 pm
Bike Friendly Oak Cliff presents the Spring is Sprung group ride, May 23rd, will showcase five of the incredible gardens/urban farms setup by the Community Gardens of Oak Cliff. The ride will start in the Bishop Arts District, and stops will include tours of the gardens, presentations about composting, bees, and other great stuff. It’s a family friendly ride, so all are welcome.
To rsvp via Facebook, click here, and the ride map is located here.
DOOM always does a good alley cat and this one should be no different. You bet Fixed Dallas will be a this one. More info at Oak Cliff Bicycle Company
Pick a side, dress the part, and come join BFOC on April 25th for the Ninjas vs Pirates themed ride. Meet at Main Street Garden
Park at 3:00pm and head out from there. (Details on the route coming
soon at BFOC.com) Prizes will be awarded to the best dressed Pirate and Ninja!