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Back by popular demand! We will be getting another limited run of The Miami Bike Scene t-shirts in two weeks. We're also very pleased to now offer a women's tee! Shirts are $17 each w/ FREE shipping & handling. Those who pre-order shirts via Paypal will also receive a FREE The Miami Bike Scene sticker!
Please order today if you would like a shirt as these go rather quickly. Pre-order deadline is 3pm on Monday, December 9th. All orders will be delivered before December 20th, you will receive your t-shirts by before the holidays.
Provided below is an illustration with a ( # ) next to each shirt, select the size and model # using the Paypal drop-down menu, add to cart and then proceed to checkout.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Men's shirts are printed on Gildan 100% cotton preshrunk tees.
10 Available Colors:
White Design (Pink, Purple, Blue, Green, Black, Orange, and Red)
Pink Design (Blue, Purple, and Black)
YL S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Medium #10 Black & pink (signifies you want a black shirt with pink print in size medium)
* If you are ordering more than 1 item please add all your selected items to the cart and check out only once so that you don't pay for S&H twice.
2XL/3XL sizes are $2 extra
We're now offering women's style tees. Printed on Next Level Apparel - The Perfect Tee. 100% combed cotton jersey.
8 Available Colors: White Design (Red, Black, Neon Heather Pink, Turquoise, Purple Rush, Kelly Green, and Lilac) Pink Design (Royal)
S M L XL 2XL
Wednesday, December 4th
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL 33127
Urban cycling legend & videographer Lucas Brunelle is in the Magic City for Art Basel and will be joining us at Gramps in Wynwood for a FREE outdoor screening of two of his newest short films "Road Sage" and "Lucas Brunelle goes to Africa". Buy any New Belgium Brewery beer that night and you'll receive a "Shift" koozie, and/or a bicycle bell (supplies limited). Gramps will also offer specials on New Belgium Brewery (Fat Tire, Shift, etc).
*The weekly FYXD305 Wednesday night ride will be making a stop at Gramps for the film screenings.
“Road Sage” Synopsis (13 mins.):
“Road Sage” shows skilled riders and Lucas' filming at a new level. Risk pays off as riders show us new urban territory and maneuvers. Terremoto Crew of Mexico City shows us riding that surprised Lucas. There are police altercations and more new and amazing places ranging from Hong Kong to Mexico City to 15 cities in 10 countries.
Some familiar faces and some you’ve never seen before coming up.
“Lucas Brunelle goes to Africa” Synopsis (7 mins.)
Cinelli and Tour d’Afrique collaborate on a ride that Lucas Brunelle, Chas Christiansen, and Dario Toso complete from Namibia to South Africa. These riders descend a 1,200 foot dune into fossilized trees and clay, street race in Cape Town, ride through an abandoned nuclear power plant, and see amazing wildlife.
Presentation starts at 9pm sharp followed by a Q&A with Mr. Brunelle after the screening, he will also have DVDs and stickers available.
Sun Bicycles cruiser stolen from a residence in Coconut Grove on 11/17. Contact Leah at (305) 632-6743 if you have any information. * Recovered [11/26]
1983 red & gold Raleigh Pursuit stolen on Miami Beach on 11/12. Contact Ariel if you have any information.
An awesome time was had by all at the 5th annual Cranksgiving Bicycle Food Drive Alleycat Race yesterday afternoon, we had 135 registered cyclists and collected over $1,500 in non-perishable items for the Camillus House. Thank you to Gary Medenhall, James, Brian, and Adam at The Filling Station for their help and to everyone who participated in this worthy cause. Also special thanks to all of our sponsors: Ass Savers, Bike Werx, Chrome, Clif Bar & Company, The Filling Station, Knog, Loco Fixie, Mack Cycle & Fitness, Magic City Bicycle Collective, MIA Fixed, Origin-8, and Sun Cycling. We hope to see you everyone again next year!
Check out over 100 photos courtesy of James from J&B Importers!
Congrats to Aleric C. and Wild Bill on both being the "Most Charitable" participants and each winning Chrome messenger bags.
1st - Hooligan Sean
2nd - Amy P.
3rd - Katriel
1st Fixed - Andrew G.
1st Out of Towner - TIII (West Palm Beach)
1st MTB - Andrew H.
1st Kid - Mateo H.
Check out this really great video below courtesy of Busta Photo.
And this video showing the first-person experience, courtesy of Evan
It's back! Cranksgiving Miami returns for its fifth installment come Saturday, November 16th 2013.
For the past four years the Cranksgiving Miami food drive alleycat race & ride has helped collect non-perishable goods for those in need during the holiday season. To those unfamiliar with Cranksgiving, it's basically a food scavenger hunt on bicycles with all the goods collected being donated to Camillus House at the end of the race.
Saturday, November 16th 2013
2:00pm register, 2:30pm start
Government Center (by the Orange Peels)
150 NW First Street
Miami, FL 33130
Participants will be asked to register at a table and will then receive a map/manifest before the start of the race. The map and/or manifest will have designated grocery store locations marked and a shopping list. Riders are to go to the grocery store checkpoints and buy the non-perishable food items from the checklist. There is no registration fee, the $10 you need to bring go towards the purchase food items. The first participant to get to the finish after visiting all the checkpoints & purchasing all the items from the list wins! Cranksgiving is lots of fun and for a great cause, it also helps shine a positive light on the local cycling community. Expect to spend about $2 at each grocery store ($10 total), it is required to keep all your receipts.
The race is approximately 10 - 17 miles depending on whether you do the long or short route, speed will be an obvious factor. However, knowing your way around the city & the aisles of a supermarket can be advantageous.
*Racing is not required, you can simply participate by riding with a group and visiting the checkpoints at your own pace. We want to make sure everyone is included, all bikes are welcomed. Please keep in mind that the cause is what's most important.
It's okay for those who wish to ride but not necessarily race. We will also have prizes for the most charitable participants. If speed is not your thing you can ride the event as a scavenger hunt instead of a race. Last year over 170 local cyclists participated making it the largest alleycat in South Florida, everyone had a great time and the Camillus House was very appreciative about Cranksgiving. This year we're hoping to appeal to more riders, thus collecting more items for those in need!
We have a lot of cool prizes and giveaways courtesy of our sponsors:
Clif Bar & Company
The Filling Station
Mack Cycle & Fitness
Magic City Bicycle Collective
The Miami Bike Scene
RSVP on Facebook and share event with friends.
Sunday, November 17th
Florida Pro Cycle
10736 NW 58th Street
Doral, FL 33178
Join Florida Pro Cycle on their one year anniversary 50 mile ride. Only 300 riders. Entry fee is $20. With your entry you participate to win 1 of 2 carbon road bikes and a lot of prizes in a raffle.
A 25+ mph
B 20 mph
C 15 mph
Unfortunately lots of stolen bikes to post..
2010 Gold Flake Volume Thrasher stolen Sunday, November 3rd from outside Price Choice on NE 2nd Avenue and 19th St (Wynwood/Edgewater). Black Turbo saddle, gold stem, purple front hub. Contact Jamison at (305) 606-7554 if you have any information.
2013 black Giant Escape 3 stolen on Saturday, November 2nd from residence in Shenandoah. Please contact Anna at (786) 270-7116 if you have any information.
(2) Two 2011 Santa Cruz Hecklers stolen in early October from residence near Richmond West. One is black the other is lime green. Please contact Ray at (305) 586-8212 if you have any information.
Red and silver Schwinn Ranger MTB stolen on October 22nd from parking garage at 1690 SW 27th Ave. Please contact Whitney at (407) 687-6953 if you have any information.
Check out over 200 photos from the October (Halloween Costume) Miami Critical Mass ride courtesy of Slipstream Photography.
Also, check out this great video from the ride courtesy of ESP Miami
And another video below courtesy of Derick G