Bruce brought the bike he freed from a pile of rust. He got the three speed working on it, too.Read more "Dancing Bruce brought the oldest bike"
Tweed Ride today. City Hall, noon. Bring tea cups and mustaches.Read more "Ride Today"
But where did her Tweed go?Read more "Scully has the vintage bike"
Finally made a flyer! Half-page flier PDF I would like to thank Megan Carroll who drew the bicycle and cyclist for the flyer. She responded to my query for help in The Bellingham Artists Guild group on FB. Pick up fliers on my front porch.Read more "Tweed Ride Flyer available"
The Victorian Cyclist blog writes: The primary function of cycling clubs in this period was weekend ‘club runs’, in which members would spend an afternoon going for a group ride, typically between twenty and sixty miles out into the British countryside. Central to these ‘runs’ were stops for food and liquid refreshment at pubs and […]Read more "Victorian Cycling Clubs"
Greg has been on previous Bellingham Tweed Rides. Here’s an awesome ride he made himself. He writes: I wanted to build a steampunk themed bike for awhile. But not gawdy, with a bunch of trinkets and such. I felt there were certain details that would make it steampunk. Brass, copper, swoopy lines, old-timey. The bike […]Read more "Greg’s Awesome Steampunk Bike"