Bike, Bike in Shapes, Eugene, OR

January 25th – Block Hole

Jump into an inescapable spacetime pull of the “Block Hole” — a whole block, that is. That’s right, we will cycle an entire block loop before being sucked into the Cascadian Courier Collective Falling Sky X CCC Release Gathering for after beers. Meet at the Falling Sky Brewing Pour House & Delicatessen (790 Blair) at 7:00pm this Wednesday, January 25th for our .28 mile winter cupcake ride.

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Bike in Shapes, Eugene

September 29th – 1860 Electoral Map (Abstract)

Before “Fore score and seven years ago…” it was Lincoln v. Breckinridge v. Douglas v. Bell…I think we all remember how the 1860 presidential race panned out, Oregon’s first participation in the Electoral College. In the spirit of the season, let’s right this old electoral college map. We’ll meet outside of the Red Barn Grocery in the Whitaker at 6:30pm this Thursday and ride out to Claim 52 Brewing (1030 Tyinn St, Eugene) in West Eugene. We’ll complete the shape on the way back.
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Curious how our abstract map compares with real thing?
Bike in Shapes, Eugene

June 7th – Formal Matrimeowny

Kate and Ross are getting married this week!   So cough up your hairballs and join these two furballs for a celebration of marriage group bicycle ride-the Matrimeowny ride! We’ll meownt our bikes at 7pm from Ninkasi Brewing Co.’s Tasting Room and trace the fur! Pints will support Friends of Buford Park & Mt. Pisgah. Invite a friend, everyone is welcome! Formeowl attire encouraged!

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Need to rent a bike? Try Falling Sky, Brett at Rent-A-Bike Eugene or Jeff at Paul’s Bicycle Way of Life.

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May 12th – Oregon Trail

Set your axles and pull the reins, it’s May is Bike Month and time for Bike in Shapes’ Oregon Trail ride. We’ll meet on top the Autzen Footbridge at 7pm on Thursday, May 12th and pioneer over through Springfield to the Claim 52 Abbey at Sprout regional food hub (418 A Street). Thanks to the wonderful folks at the Abbey for hosting us.

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There are so many other wonderful bike events and commute challenges this month–so have fun and rock your helmet hair.

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