Back to college ride. I started by
giving pm (preventative medicine) to my bike. That included
charging all the batteries in my lights. Gotta be seen at bike
For me back to college was all about
getting a big batch of people to pronounce my name right. When I
lived in Illinois I never did get the results I wanted. Anyhow,
the first few times I tried the idea on people it went over like a
lead pancake so I dropped it.
The theme wasn't that popular, but
there were plenty of pictures to share. I saw the "BIKER FOR
BERNIE" cards on quite a few of the bikes by the time the evening
was over. I'd say he has many more advocates here because of that
table. All of the other candidates are still ignoring the bike
I gotta apologize to my friends for
putting them through my camera's fun house mirror mode. It was an
I got a red vine for a quarter from
that snack cart lady. Thank you for setting a new standard in
affordable minor snacking!
Both of these guys were asking bike
party to go right. Thank you birds!
Then we got to the next regroup.
Lots of dancing and having fun with
Right turn party! Thank you Bryan!
At the end of the ride I figured out
I had to wake up early to do Tour De Fat. Ungh! So instead of
hanging out I headed for the light rail station. We got the second
to last train of the evening. Frat Boy joined us a couple of stops
after we got on. Same story. He had enjoyed bike party but planned
a full day the next day. Cedrik and I got back on our bikes at
Tasman because the last bus to Mountain View left an hour
previously. Still had to pedal eight or nine miles. That was half
off the original trip though!