Friday, December 19, 2008

Blizzard of Ozsome


21st Avenue Bicycles welcomes you to the winter wonderland that is Portland Oregon. Upper management is kicking itself for not investing in the burgeoning cross country ski market that is sure to explode in 2009.

Here is a little snapshot of what nature has for 21st Ave. Break out the SPF 40 its going to be a scorcher.

The way I understand it, graffiti is a way to claim existence and social ownership of an area, the scribbling of ones person, a physical claim. Here we see the stamp of an otherwise unnoticed being, laying ownership on an faceless locked black door. As a side note, this door leads no where and is boarded up from the inside. No entrance, door as metaphor? You decide.

Our team of specialists work tirelessly to give you the best in bicycles service, as we strive to be the best sometimes our mechanics take extra measures in order to complete our work. Here Hugh takes on a different character, putting himself into an out of body state, today he wore the traditional garb of a the mid-nineties bay area shaman, in hopes that it would help him in his quest to better repair the many bikes of that era.

Holidays, truly the time for gluttony. This is where it all starts

This little package showed up today from the island country of Japan.

Inside? The Japanese Bicycle Guide, featuring all your favorite cold forged goodies form the land of the rising sun.

The book is sponsored by the "subsidy of Keirin." Keirin racing is a huge betting sport in Japan, kind of like this,

Get lucky.

Speaking of lucky? Tad dropped off one of his racks today, Handmade in Portland. $179.99 of stainless steel portuer panache.

Tis the season

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