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.
Mr. Do came out with a new video of the recently renamed Twin Cities Bike Polo club, and they’re amazing indoor polo space.
I think this video is one of the best I’ve seen at capturing the spirit of polo. I like it because it captures the spirit of a club as opposed to a tournament. Of course tournaments are awesome, and an important part of polo, but your club is who you hang out with every week – your club is your polo identity.
Boston Bike Polo is hosting a “Polo Cat Race” on September 6th to help make some dough for our 4th Annual Commonwealth Classic. The race will be a tour of Boston Bike Polo history. We have an awesome route planned, some fun stops, and its going to be a rockin time for all. Race registration costs $10 and gets you $1 buurs at the after party. Come out to support your favorite (and only) local bike polo club!
I got back into town late last night from an AMAZING 6 days in Toronto for Ladies Army. I want to write all about it right now, but instead I need to unbury myself from work, be a good host for the 4 ladies I brought back from Canada with me, and catch up on sleep.
I’ll write more this weekend, but in the meantime I’ll leave you all with this photo of my great teammates – thanks for playing with me!
I’m off to Toronto until Monday for Ladies Army 6, a women’s bike polo tournament! It has been a long time dream of mine to go to Ladies Army, but the timing has never been right. But that is all about to change! My friend Gitti and I are teaming up with Sabrina as team Butcherettes. Follow us on Podium!
I AM SO EXCITED I CANNOT STAND IT.
Watching this video brings back lots of great memories. I wish I could go to the second Mallet Dolorosa in Berlin in August, but I can’t make it – next year!