Sunday Streets Fisherman’s Wharf

Cyclecide set up at San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Warf as Sunday Streets opened over 3 miles of the Embarcadero  to non-motorized traffic and activities.

Cyclefuge flying at Sunday Streets by JS Morrison

Cyclefuge flying at Sunday Streets by JS Morrison

Posted on a Mon in February 2010f 2010 by Laird

Ritual Coffee 5 Year Anniversary Party

Ritual Roasters celebrated its 5 year anniversary with a street party on Saturday May 15th.

Becca Moses Eileen ritual party

Bike Valet provided by the SF Bike Coalition
Pedal-powered carnival rides by Cyclecide
Trick bikes for you to ride!
Screenprinting with Camputee!
OmniCircus!
Photoboof!
DeliboardSF!
Music by The Yellow Dress!
Food carts!
And of course, COFFEE!

Posted on a Mon in February 2010f 2010 by Laird

Bike away from work party 2010

Posted on a Sat in February 2010f 2010 by Laird

V D Poker Run

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Thanks to all the riders and sponsors, Sports Basement, Heavy Metal Bike ShopChrome, and Benders.

More pics!

Posted on a Tue in February 2010f 2010 by Laird

THE GHOULS ATE ACE


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Posted on a Sat in January 2010f 2010 by Laird

Make: television

The Heavy Pedal Cyclecide Bike Rodeo is featured on the new show MAKE: TV from the producers of MAKE magazine. Check out the segment below and look for the full episode in full HD on a public television station near you! Broadcast Listings

Posted on a Fri in January 2010f 2010 by Laird

OktoberFest 2009

Concord CA

Todos Santos Plaza
(Willow Pass Road & Grant Street, Downtown Concord, 4 blocks from BART)

Cyclecide Heavy Pedal Bike Rodeo and pedal powered attractions

20+ Microbrews, food, music, and more!

Polka Parade & Costume Contest

FREE Admission & Parking

 More info

Posted on a Tue in September 2009f 2009 by Laird

Handcar Rgatta 09

Handcar Regatta

Cyclecide will be joined the mecanical and artistic wonders of 2nd anual Handcar Regatta in Santa Rosa.

Hand-Built Railcar Races!

Posted on a Tue in September 2009f 2009 by Laird

Sunday Streets

Like the Playland days of old, Cyclecide set up along Ocean Beach in San Francisco as Sunday Streets opened lengths of the Great Highway and Golden Gate park to non-motorized traffic and activities.

Cyclecide Cyclefuge at SF Sunday Streets

 

Posted on a Fri in August 2009f 2009 by Laird

Mamita

It is common knowledge that in Cyclecide we love our pets like our children… fortunately the inverse is not true.  This is the first post of a series which will feature Cyclecide Pets. (Kids coming soon too!)

Mamita

Mamita is a chowhatsit from Austin Tx that has picked up lots of circus show skills.

Posted on a Tue in August 2009f 2009 by Laird