WHAT a week for the wheeling world of Manchester : one WHOLE WEEK of ferociously full bicycle induced mayhem appropriately named CYCLOGEDDON; leading us nicely to Halloween. Splurged across the city-each day brought a new free invitation designed to lure fresh students into the free world of communal-cycling F U N.
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This suspiciously fun and intriguing sounding weekend was placed in good timing of the national 10:10 climate campaign.. Eco Salsa? Never thought we would hear the day! But there we were- for a whole weekend of it! It’s funny what small decisions you make in life or random conversations you have with strangers that eventually… Read more »
The annual MINI FEST brought to you by I Bike MCR is wondrously on it’s way! This year it runs from Sunday 25th right through till the following Sunday 31st therefore meaning there’s a whole ferocious week of terrifying bike antics : l i t e r a l l y : there will be… Read more »
As part of the Free For Arts Festival- our friends at Akemi put on a truly splendid show last night at Contact Theatre. The joint was awash with a full on fascinated + intrigued audience, all intently listening (to beautiful music from the wonders of Honeyfeet + Rik Warren) or waving (LEDS about as part… Read more »
It took us a few community gigs to realise that the young lads + lasses of today weren’t impressed at all by our strange musical choices: “why would we wanna pedal to hear that rubbish?”- fair enough- so we thought we’d give them an incentive to pedal.. Pick your favourite song off our jukebox list-… Read more »
..well perhaps not that many but we sure were SUBLIMELY SWAMPED in singing cyclists! Swarms of eager young ladies huddled around our tent eagerly awaiting to perform with their pedal powered bands which they had formed. This was the official launch of Karao-eco: it was Fusion Festival a.k.a The Girl Guides national Centenary celebratory event.
“Ah” we muttered to each other as we arrived at Prestwich Arts College to find out it was actually a ginormous secondary school + not the advanced creative college for over 18s that we had pitched our unusual + highly experimental pedal powered paint game for.. Nevertheless we got stuck in + worked our way… Read more »
A glorious blue skied day, bicycles, weird music, a Saturday and um, The Arndale Centre?
We thought we’d pull out some extra stops for part one of two of our pedal injections into Bike Week- by furiously finishing our new workshop combining pedal power and karaoke (appropriately named Karao-eco) to deliver + encourage the people of Chester to put down their shopping bags, let loose, sing loud + abolish all… Read more »
5th June is World Environment Day, and Stockport will be celebrating with its “Stockport Loves Bikes” event in St. Peter’s Square.