|Welcome to the Flagstaff Bicycle Revolution!|
|At Aspen and Leroux|
Plenty of parking!As usual, downtown parking is a breeze when you leave the car at home and ride a bike instead. You could never get this many cars in in this amount of space on the curb. Biking to and from the art walk also allows for an extra guilt-free appetizer at Criollo, too.
|City lights and bike reflectors aglow on San Fran.|
|I could not get this dog to look in the camera. Is it me?|
Flagstaff Bicycle Revolution on Mike's Pike on the southside of the railroad tracks was hosting a hopping First Friday party. Lots of original work from a local artists Stu Henderson and Brian Walker.
Bicycle Revolution speicializes used and refurbished bicycles and new bike frames and parts. Owner CJ Constantopoulos also holds periodic bike repair classes, which I really need to take advantage of someday soon. We chatted last night about him working with me next summer to put together the touring bike of my dreams (because 3 bikes just isn't enough). He's selling the above (elegant!) frame on consignment for a man whose moving out of state for a pretty sweet price.
VooDoo Cycles has a cool logo. They are a really popular bike in Flagstaff. Strangely, I only recently learned they are a local mountain bike company.
|3 S. Mike's Pike, Flagstaff, 86001|
Bob and I as we depart for dinner at Beaver Street Brewery. Chili and corn bread, here we come!