Ever wanted to try bike polo? Never heard of it before, but sounds cool? Come check it out!
Jennifer Kutzleb made these AWESOME shirts as a fundraiser for raddest polo tourney around – Ladies Army 7! She’s taking orders until Friday, and you should totally pick one up. You get an awesome shirt AND support LA7. You can pick from 3 different shirt styles and a ton of colors. And BONUS – the print is reflective. BOOM.
Half the Road is coming back to Boston. I saw it the first time it came, and though I think it was a bit long, I do think that it is worth seeing.
Here is some info from Boston Bikes about the event.
Boston Bikes Hosting “Half the Road” Screening November 19thIt’s not often we have a chance to see a film about bikes in a mainstream movie theater. But if enough people get tickets by November 11th, “Half the Road” will screen at the Fenway Landmark Theater. Reserve your tickets now!The groundbreaking documentary by pro-cyclist and director Kathryn Bertine explores the passion, pitfalls & power of women’s professional cycling. The film focuses on both the joy of sport and the challenges of inequality that female riders face today in a male-dominated world of cycling. As the filmmakers describe, “We thought we were making a movie about women’s professional cycling. Then it turned into a film about equality, told through the medium of kick a$$ female athletes.”Boston Bikes will host an informal discussion and Q&A after the film with Sara Bresnick, who has been a professional cyclist since 2002, competing nationally and internationally at mountain, road, and cyclocross events.Don’t miss it! Get your tickets now.
Documentary on female couriers in London.
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Pat Robertson, I’m so glad you have such a nuanced understanding of feminism.