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Sunday October 02, 2011 at 22:32



Help spread the word of “Fast Co.”, friends of ours!

i feel weird plugging my movie again but we’re almost at 5,000 views. that’s in less than four days, too. tell your friends! repost and watch. :)

tags: girls on bikes, fast company, san francisco, sf, macaframa, bikes, track bike, fixed gear, babes, babes on bikes, bike racing, velodrome, bike messenger, sf, bicycle film festival, bff, the island, bmx,

This post was reblogged from teenage time killer.

Wednesday December 23, 2009 at 16:34

In SF, with a borrowed bike (don’t want to talk about it), broken strapped bag (ugh!) after an intense workout with Josh (yay!).

In SF, with a borrowed bike (don’t want to talk about it), broken strapped bag (ugh!) after an intense workout with Josh (yay!).

tags: me, sf,

Monday October 26, 2009 at 1:39

TCB Courier: Pizza + Candy on Vimeo (via Vimeo)

Faith restored.

tags: bikes, sf,

Thursday October 08, 2009 at 17:27

“We did not meet our budget for the [SF Fashion Week] 2009 event due to lack of sponsors. We are now in preparation for the 2010 SFFW.”

San Francisco Fashion Week 2010

(sad trombone)

Meanwhile, Portland’s FW is going on right now!

tags: sf, fashion,

Friday October 02, 2009 at 8:02

“But not in San Francisco. Here EVERYONE sort of looks mentally disabled, either because they are dot com nerds with zero fashion sense, foreigners with the wrong fashion sense, American blue-bloods with sanctimoniously ethnic fashion sense, or homeless people with I can’t afford fashion sense. It’s really confusing. No one can tell who’s being sincere and who’s being ironic, which undermines all the leverage the Hipster has. He’s just one more dude girls don’t want anything to do with, just one more act of desperation on an increasingly desperate stage.”

Why There Are No Girls In San Francisco: #24 Hipsters

tags: hipsters, sf,

Thursday August 20, 2009 at 8:06

“SF women seem to have this hybrid sensibility of hill-billy southern gallantry, where prescribed gender roles dictate who should aggressively pursue whom, and a regionally specific 70s-style extremist feminism, where there is hyper sensitivity to being hit on. According to San Francisco magazine, “Bay Area women have been known to react to innocent flirting as if they’d been groped … Marie, a 32-year-old executive recruiter [says]: ‘If a guy walks up to me at happy hour, I think he’s a friggin’ cheese ball.’””

Why There Are No Girls In San Francisco: #18 Unaggressive Guys

tags: sf, san francisco,

The Ream

Infinite sheaf of paper detailing The Internet, girlfriends and bikes. Also more.