|The Hockanum Trail is still a bit wet.|
I wanted to share a couple of upcoming events with you such that you aren't caught unaware and flat footed:
- Saturday, April 26th. Hartford Bicycle Studio Pop-up show. One night only. 7PM at 30 Arbor Street. Local artists and functional art bikes. Patrick Connolly puts his spin on the Hartford bike scene. Facebook event with more info.
- Detour de Connecticut - Saturday, April 26th. Brendan already told you about this. If you do the Detour and then go to the art show, I will will buy you a beer. And then I'll scrape you up off the floor.
- Bike to Work Events - Various dates in mid-May.
- East Hartford Bike and Walk to Work Breakfast. Wednesday, May 14th. 6:30AM-9:00AM. On Main Street between Pratt & Whitney and Goodwin College. Free breakfast and other bike safety items for attendees.
- Downtown Hartford Bike to Work Breakfast. Friday, May 16th. Meet at the Old State House between 7AM-9AM.
- Other events across will be announced by Bike Walk Connecticut. Register your own town's Bike to Work event here.
- Bike Buddies and Meet ups help get new bicycle commuters started. Stay tuned to Bike Walk CT for more information on those, or offer to lead in a group yourself.
- Dinner and Bikes. Saturday, June 7th. Vegan dinner, bicycle movie shorts, and Bikenomics with Elly Blue. Tickets available now.
Do you bike, walk, or take the bus? If you're reading this blog and that isn't the case, I am questioning your sanity. A group of Hartford citizens from various neighborhoods are organizing to get more attention for sustainable, affordable, and environmentally friendly transportation. Hartford has had plenty of advocacy for single occupancy vehicles and parking lots, now we're putting voices behind the other side of the argument. Join us. Take a survey on what the name of the group should be, and what issues it should be working. If you're available, it would be great if you came to one of the upcoming meetings.
See you out there. Be safe, especially if you're rusty from riding stationary all winter.
Some photos below in honor of carrying silly things on bike trailers. Justin just moved across town and was photographed doing so by Real Hartford. Huzzah for awkward loads that are easier to move by bike than car!
|South Green neighborhood had a cleanup day, and I needed to move the supplies across Colt Park.|
|This absurd table base will be used somehow. Statue base perhaps?|
|This Burley just followed me home and is likely to be converted to a cargo trailer.|