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For Saturday's Nob Hill SummerFest:


Immanuel Presbyterian Church in conjunction with Two Wheel Drive Bicycle Shop invites you to celebrate Summerfest this weekend by riding your bicycle over to Nob Hill and taking advantage of our secure and free valet bicycle parking 2 p.m - 10 p.m.


We have a fenced lot at 111 Hermosa Street, SE, less than half a block southeast of Central and one block east of Carlisle where there will be an attendant on duty at all times.  We ask you to pick up your bicycle by 10 p.m., but any left unclaimed will be taken to Two Wheel Drive at 1706 Central, SE and can be picked up during regular office hours.  This service is provided by Immanuel because we love Nob Hill and we celebrate two wheel power!

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Comment by Wade Patterson on September 2, 2009 at 12:07pm
I am looking to replace my son's bike which was stolen from our garage last week. He's about to be 9.

One thing I have had the hardest time figuring out is where are all the used bikes are sold in town. I figure there must be a plethora of used kids bikes out there aand I would like to avoid buying something from KMart, Walmart Target or Sears.

So, anyone know where to buy reasonably priced used bikes in town? I'm not looking for fancy here, just functional and pre-owned. I have scoured craigslist and been to a few thrift stores, but nothing in the past week and I don't have a lot of time to visit pawn shops and thrift stores unless I KNOW they have some selection.

Thanks for any advice!
Comment by bonnie on September 14, 2009 at 7:12am
JJG, there are many different trails in the foothills, some of which are very easy, some of which are very hard. Try starting in the northern foothills, near Elena Gallegos Open Space where the trails are smoother. Also, try some of the trails in the bosque. There are trails which run all the way from Rio Bravo in the S. Valley up to Corralles.
Check out Two Wheel Drive for some excellent maps for easier trails which can keep you exploring without getting lost.
Good luck, have fun, and keep the rubber side down!
Comment by Joey Wright on October 3, 2009 at 7:56am
JJG, just a suggestion, but the trails which go across the foothills tend to be easier than those which go up towards the mountains. If you get into a rough spot, just walk around it. I really like it up there. Also, there are some nice areas west of Santa Fe near the Rio Grande. Enjoy.
Comment by Sun Ray on October 20, 2009 at 10:03pm
Anybody interested in organizing the 1st annual Albuquerque Tweed run? I set up a group for it here:

If you want to know more about this stylish and fun event check this out:
Comment by Benny the Icepick on October 20, 2009 at 10:09pm
No way! One of my friends in London did the tweed ride out there. It was totally great, posh and stylish. I'll have to work on waxing my mustachio into a curled frenzy, though...
Comment by Sun Ray on October 20, 2009 at 10:22pm
I know this could be a great ride. We could do mustache and most stylish prizes. I need to find people interested in some designing posters and with some experience organizing events. Maybe the Saturday night poker run would be a good place to start?
Comment by Self Serve on November 4, 2009 at 10:52am
We thought some in this group might be interested in bike smut!

Sunday November 8th--5:30-7:30 pm
@ The Guild!

Bike Smut 3
"Sex + bicycles = liberation"

Featuring Bike Porn 3: Cycle Bound & a live performance.


"What the heck is bike porn?", you may ask. Rather than spoil the fun with details, here are the reactions of people who have seen it for themselves:

* The films were a shout out to sex positive culture, dirty little sluts, consent, and safe sex… phew, that shit was HAWT!
* FanFUCKINtastic! Great job to all the film makers. Loved the humor and creative people.
* Oh Hell yeah! We had a blast. Each film was exciting and eye grabbing! Thanks to all you adventurous bike pornographers - you were awesome.
* The best thing I have ever seen at the movies in my life!

Sounds like a fun, naughty, sexy time for all! Add to the mix a live performance from the Bike Smut crew, and it's bound to be one of the highlights of the festival!

Comment by Benny the Icepick on November 4, 2009 at 4:05pm
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Comment by jimmy on February 12, 2010 at 12:57pm
There is a benefit bike ride on feburary 28th here in the ABQ. The event is to raise money for someone with cancer without health insurance. The ride is on the 28th of February at 1:00 pm. it will start at the unm campus near the duck pond. $10 gets you in.
Comment by gleejb on March 5, 2010 at 8:26am
There is a new DCF group that might be of interest to members of this group: Albuquerquean's for Ghost Bikes. The purpose of this group is to support ghost bike descanso placement in the greater Albuquerque area. There are two main reasons behind this effort. First, to remember cyclists who have died while riding. Second, to remind all of us, no matter what our vehicle choice, to drive safely. For more on ghost bikes, check out the website dedicated to Ghost Bikes. You can see pictures there of ghost bikes all over the world, and right here in the Duke City.


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