Thursday, December 15, 2011

♥ Join the fun at the Bikery Winter Craft & Food Fair! ♥

Join the fun at the Bikery Winter Craft & Food Fair!
Sunday, December 18th 12-4pm
2289 International Blvd, Oakland

Join us for a lovely celebration of winter! Delicious affordable food & treats for sale, incredible artwork, crafts & creative delights by talented artists and chefs of all ages. Find fantastic gifts for yourself, your friends and family, while supporting local, independent artists!

Come spend winter time warm indoors with the magic, creativity and fun of your Bikery community ♥

Artists & Chefs Include:

BANTEAY SREI: Vulva Puppets & more!
BEATRICE ARIAS: Eye pillows, tote bags, bike tube wallets/ID holders/bill folds
BIKERY CRAFT CREW: Eugene, Elokin, Helen & Woods bring ya hand-screened bike love shirts & underwear & other homemade bike bling
BUSHMAMA AFRICA: Artwork, handmade leather earrings as well as African, Indian and Tibetan Imports that people can have for making a donation of their choice to "The Freedom Project" its a healing arts workshop for survivors of domestic violence.
CASSANDRA FLORESs: $5 homo haircuts & crafts
EMILY: Vegan & gluten free baked goods
ENGAGED ENTHUSIAST: Enriches your life with succulents, bottlecap & bacterial crafty delights
INÉS IXIERDA: Recyled bicycle link jewelry & assemblage
ISABELLE & SUZANNE RENDEROS: Handmade jewelry, crocheted hats & purses
LYNA LEE: We Cycle- handmade bike caps
MEGAN: Delicious sweet treat surprises
MIKE'S CHOCOLATE DELIGHTS: Cookies that will melt in your mouth...
MING: Fair trade espresso drinks
P-$CRILLA: Handmade wallets
ROLA: Prints of all kinds
YESSE GARCIA: Cheesecake!!!
And more!

Thursday, April 14, 2011

SOS rides safely out of CUAV SAFETY FEST KICK OFF PARTY!!!

Hey ya'll, words from our friend Paulo about this awesome ride tonite, where we'll be biking folks safely home with the SOS ride for queers! This is part of the Community United Against Violence (CUAV) Safetyfest, which celebrates the resistance and safety of queer communities.

What better way to celebrate SAFETY than at SAFEST FEST! SOS ride will be doing our part in creating a safety space for bikers after the CUAV Safety Fest kick off party.

for more information of all the amazing workshops/events/resources that will be happening, visit:

There will be a bike buddy sign up list. What does this mean you ask? There will be set times 10pm and 11pm for SOS riders to ride with ya'll back to/near your homes. Feeling safe on our bikes, especially at night, is really important to us and many times when we ride in groups we all feel safer.

break down of the rides will be by location:

Each ride will have two riders leading/and backing. These routes are going to be a chill experience. We want folks to feel comfortable riding in whatever capacity feels safe to them. These rides (and SOS rides in general) are meant to make sure that folks are safe and all different levels of biking experiences are together.

But if you have any requests or suggestions or needs for the ride, you can contact a direct contact for this specific ride at:

Please bring your helmets/lights/extra bike pump if you have one. If you don't have any of these, we are trying our best to see that there will be some on loan or more resources for our next rides. If you already know that you want to ride and don't have these safety accessories, let us know beforehand! We want to try to accommodate all needs.

Hope to see ya'll at Safety Fest (in general!)

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Lady and Trans Alleycat This Friday in SF!

k, obviously been slacking for the whole winter, but we are BACK with hecka much to share!
spring is here, and events are popping off!

check this out, coming up this friday, you don't want to miss it!

Lady and Transgender ONLY Alleycat race this Friday!

Meet in Union Square (San Francisco) underneath the big huge statue.

Bring a map, 5 - 10 ducats to donate to the SFBMA, and a pen.

Sign up starts at 6:00P, Race starts at 6:30P.

Get rad.

Afterparty for good times.

Please have some lights and a helmet too.

XO! Katie, from SFBMA (San Francisco Bike Messenger Association)