Here’s a fun thing at the Hollywood Bowl. FREE ICE CREAM from Peddler’s Creamery for those who bike. Check out the info below:
Ride Your Bike! Free Bike Valet! Free Ice Cream!
The L.A. County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC) and the Hollywood Bowl invite you to gear up for “Bike to the Bowl” September 21st and September 28th!
Find out more here: http://www.hollywoodbowl.com/biketothebowl
Caetano Veloso · Andrew Bird · Devendra Banhart
Sunday, September 21st 7pm
TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
Legendary Brazilian superstar/poet/activist Caetano Veloso, “one of the greatest songwriters of the century” (NY Times), makes his Bowl debut with his Tropicália grooves. Andrew Bird forms delicately layered pop from troubadour folk, gypsy swing and refined rock. Devendra Banhart returns with his mischievous, musical ideas. DJ Frosty (dublab) opens
- Caetano Veloso
- Andrew Bird
- Devendra Banhart
- DJ Frosty
- Tom Schnabel,host
Presented by LA Phil. For tickets and information visit Hollywood Bowl.com
Programs, artists, dates, prices and availability subject to change.
On Monday, September 1, Bikerowave will be closed for Labor Day. Enjoy your long weekend and we hope to see you soon.
Grover Cleveland, the president who started Labor Day. He also is the only president to ever serve multiple non-consecutive terms.
Take the day off and come in Monday evening instead. Thanks a bunch.
On Friday, Steve Mattson and Lucas Allmon from Bikerowave joined Siobhan Dolan and Kora Colasuonno of the Bike Kitchen on the weekly KFPK.org Podcast, Bike Talk. During the show they talk about the differences, and also the striking similarities of the business models and operations of their respective organizations.
If you’ve ever wondered about the internal workings of some of LA’s Bike Co-Ops, this would be right up your alley.
Check it out on the Bike Talk website.
Jordan really, really, really hates flat tires. For real.
Fixing a flat is probably the most common bicycle repair, and also, one of the easiest once you know how to do it. Reading about on the internet is sometimes unclear and hard to understand the steps. Practical examples are the best way to see how simple it really is.
Why not come to the Mar Vista Farmers market, and have Jordan show you how to repair that flat? Not only will he be demonstrating you how to patch your flat tire, but also the best way to fix a flat while you are on the road, and maybe a couple other other tips and tricks.
If you have a flat tire at home, bring it in and fix it up. If you don’t, no worries, we will have tubes to practice on.
So come over to the Farmers Market this Sunday, the 13th at Noon, get some breakfast, and learn how to keep your bike on the road even when it resists!