Tuesday
Sep022014

Pashley Speed 5

Pashley Speed 5: This traditional path racer is a true jewel in the crown of Pashley's line of handmade British bikes. Path racers harken back to an era when bikes were built to perform on cobbles and dirt roads as well as the track. Built on reynolds 531 tubing, the 1930's geometry gives you a relaxed, but not overly upright riding style.

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Tuesday
Sep022014

Forest Glen

 

Exploring National Park Seminary in Forest Glen, MD. Once a private girls school in early 1900's, the grounds feature an assortment of Italian, Victorian, Dutch and Japanese style buildings, all abandoned until recently, when they were redeveloped as town houses. 

Friday
Aug292014

Wilson's Space Horse

BicycleSPACE mechanic, Wilson, shows off his All-City Space Horse. Take a look and see how he made it his own.

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Friday
Aug292014

GREAT SHOPS

We're honored to be featured in Momentum Magazine's list of great shops!

Tuesday
Aug262014

Back to School Garden Tour 

Back to School Garden Tour: See what's new at some of D.C.'s best school gardens as we approach the harvest season. Donations go directly to support school garden programs of your choosing. Space is limited, so register now! 

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Monday
Aug252014

Trolley Relic Ride

The P Street Trolley Tracks was were we started our first #adventuretimes ride. As avid gobble goblers (#steelisreal) we decided the P street trolley tracks were the place to start. In Georgetown there are the remnants of the Cabin John trolley system, or the original H Street Streetcar. The Georgetown trolley tracks we're installed in the 1890's, and only retired from service in 1960. Pretty sweet little bit of history to start our Friday adventure!

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