Put on your plaid, strap into your fixie, let’s retrace the shape of a Hipster Pumpkin. Bike in Shapes Eugene will start from the Cannery at 7pm this Tuesday, Halloween Eve. Don’t forget your bow-tie and your prescription-free thick rims.
King Pong will be taking over Kesey Square! Have you ever played the arcade classic with a 20 foot screen and larger-than-life controls? Well, thanks to the good folks at Eugene Tech, XS Media and the Eugene Cultural Service (EUGfun), Tuesday is your night! Bike in Shapes will join in the fanfare, launching this Tuesday at 7pm from the Barn Light along a pixel-ated journey, returning in time for beers and the King Pong start at 8pm. All are welcome to join the group ride!
Hellu BeekeInShepers, zeere-a is a reede-a thees Thoorsdey! (“Hello BikeInShapers, there is a ride this Thursday!” using this Swedish Chef translator).
Bork broke bork, it’s time to hit the river and ride the “Gummy Worm and Swedish Fish” again. This Thursday, we’ll leave Falling Sky (on 13th) at 7:00pm and return for some refreshments on the tail (fin) end.
One loop, two loops, or three? It’s the Infinity shape—anything goes. We’ll meet at the McMenamins North Bank (around back on the river path) on Thursday, June 28th at 7pm and start the endless journey back and forth across Eugene’s DeFazio, Greenway and Knickerbocker bridges. It’s the Bike in Shapes 8th Birthday, so let’s turn that 8 on its side to forever!
This week Bike in Shapes traces the new #PeaceHealthRides hubs! Eugene’s new bike share program is live, and Eugene is a buzz with blue bike all around town.
Let’s trace 16 of the new bike hubs in the shape of a Mallard’s foot. We’ll meet this Thursday at 7pm at the new Claim 52 Kitchen (1203 Willamette St.) and ping pong from joint to joint from there.
Let’s open a can of…Chuck Norris Redux, the shape. We’ll meet at the Rennie’s Landing at 7pm this Thursday, March 29th, and strut from there. In honor of this ride, here’s a few Chuck Norris Bike Facts you may not know:
Bitcoin bubble? Maybe. Cryptokitties overhype? Not a chance. ;) This week, let’s deploy onto the cutest, purriest blockchain of them all, by creating our own 256 bit, distinct rendition of the year’s fluffy fad. (That’s right, all cryptokitties have distinct DNA or “cattributes”). We’ll meet this Tuesday at 16 Tons Beer & Wine (265 E 13th Ave) at 7pm and paw-rance away from there.