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All City Championship Poster

July 13th, 2010


Here’s the web version of the All City Championship 5 poster I designed for Jeff over at Bikejerks/All-City Cycles. I’ll be printing some up next week after I get through the BFF. It’s always an amazing weekend, maybe this year I can make it on the podium! The bike party weekend is centered around the big, annual summer alleycat, but also includes a trick competition (bring it FGFSers!), match sprints, a trackstand contest, and Zito’s Freeride!

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Saint Valentine’s Day Hustle

March 2nd, 2010

Back on the 13th of February, our friend Justin threw a unique race in Menomonie, Wisconsin dubbed the Saint Valentine’s Day Hustle. Three of us drove out to ride out bikes on the frozen surface of Lake Menomin.

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No Name 45 Results

February 11th, 2010

Sunday’s No Name 45 street race was a smashing success with a grand total of 3 racers. I had planned assuming that almost no-one would want to race the day after the Stupor Bowl, and with snow coming down I was kind of surprised that anyone showed up.

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Stupor Bowl 13 Recap

February 8th, 2010

Last weekend, hearty cyclists united in downtown Minneapolis for Stupor Bowl 13, an annual alleycat race that takes place the day before the Super Bowl, no matter what the weather. This was my fifth Stupor Bowl, and although certain I couldn’t win, I was committed to racing hard and improving on my ranking last year.

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17-Foot High Pierogi Sculpture to Adorn Intersection of Lowry & Central

January 29th, 2010

Community Garden? Awesome! Public Art? Sweet! A giant pierogi? Uhh… Last spring and summer a group from Edison High School constructed a community garden on the site, and that’s really cool—but now there are plans to install a 17-foot high pierogi on a fork on a pedestal.

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ARTCRANK Announces MSP 2010 Artists…And I’m One Of Them!

January 20th, 2010

I was very pleased to see a tweet from Charles over at Artcrank announcing the artists for the 2010 Minneapolis show, and even more pleased to find myself on the list amongst a big group of extremely talented artists and friends!

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New Look for mplsbikepolo.com!

January 25th, 2010

Tonight I launched the new look for mplsbikepolo.com, something I’ve been working on for a while. It’s mostly just cosmetic for now, although I’ve set up the framework for some tournament-related backend stuff for the near future.

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Opening Day At The Art Shanty Projects

January 28th, 2010

A small gang rode out to the Art Shanty Projects on Medicine Lake to participate in some art, race bikes on ice and even get our dance on at this unique annual event that shows how creative and tough Minnesotans can be.

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Awesome “Tips For Cyclists” Video

via gomeansgo.com

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Yes Man

A quick review of our outing to a special screening of “The Yes Men Fix The World” with a Q&A by creator Mike Bonanno presented by Minnesota Film Arts.

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No Name 45: Sunday February 7, 2010

Let’s have a quick, fun alleycat on Sunday night. Meetup at 6:30 at Hennepin Bandshell in Pillsbury Park. $5, Winner Takes All. You know the score!

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MN Film Arts showing “The Yes Men Fix The World”

Culture jammers Mike Bonnano and Andy Bichlbaum return in a new documentary about their public hoaxes that draw attention to the absurdity of globalization and corporate malfeasance. Bonnano will be present at showings on February 12!

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Stupor Bowl 13!

Like several other Minneapolis bicycle-related blogs, including El Jefe’s Bike Jerks, I was holding off on posting about the upcoming Stupor Bowl until I had some graphics in hand. Until I got the graphics. And then I just decided to go ahead and post about it.

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My Photography On Flickr

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Reporting on the Reporter

Some emissaries from mplsbikelove.com met up with reporter Steve Friedman from Bicycling Magazine to show him around town and talk with him a bit about what makes Minneapolis the persistent runner-up to the de facto U.S. bicycling capital Portland, Oregon.

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