Mission Workshop and Bike Magazine are hosting an “Ask A Founder” webcast tomorrow, Friday April 12th at 8pm PST. Tune in and find out some behind the scenes info from Scott Nicol about the Ibis early days to present. Someone ask him about the Scorcher, always wanted one of those.
From our friend Liman in Beijing:
Shannon and I have entered in the 2013 Velocity Cycling Visionaries Awards with our latest project – Beijing Vintage Ride / Mao Suit Run. To win our category we need votes from as many people as possible…
The Mankato MN Blue Skunk Bike Polo Club is playing host to the Battle For The Midwest 2 bench minor tournament April 13-14. Teams of seven people representing cities across the midwest are coming together to lay claim to the best bench team around. The tournament will be livestreaamed at bikepolo.tv for those who’d like to watch at home.
Not familiar with the ebnch minor polo format? Check out For The Love Of The Game in Urban Velo #27 for a detailed picture of how the hockey0style team play works on the polo court.
If you’re in the London area this Friday (can someone give me a ride?), bike shop and cultural hub Look Mum No Hands! will be hosting illustration artist, Rebecca Davies. Davies has teamed up with The London Cargo Bike Company to create a number of illustrations based on their bikes and promoting the cargo bike way of life.
Rebecca Davies will have illustrations and sculptures on display, but will also offer attendees the opportunity to take home a portrait with their favorite bike. Sounds like a cracking good time!
Madison’s first all women’s alleycat is back for a third run on May 4th. Limited to 100 entrants, signups begin on April 1. Visit the Madtown Maidens Facebook for more info.