Cyclist I.T. Nerds. Group to support Julie with TheChainLink.org technical consulting and maintenance, and to develop a pool of programmers and web developers for local cycling projects.Inspired by the extraordinarily high ratio of I.T. Professionals I've met on rides, the ongoing discussion about TCL and Ning, and the urgent need for help with…See More
"We are aware of your desire to honor Bobby and are working on modifying our May Showers Parade ride. It's increased the length by two miles but it's certainly worth it. Will you want the Mass to stop? Also will you guys be willing to help…"
Meet at Save-More Lounge and have some drinks and good conversation before we embark on a fun ride. Please note that Save-More Lounge doesn't really have a sign so it's right across the street to the west from the CVS.See you there!!See More
THE monthly (2nd Fridays) north side gathering of cyclists. Winds a dozen miles-ish, ending with food+drink. Well-attended. Bring friends, tunes, bells, costumes, cameras. Meet under Young Lincoln Statue at Ridge and Thorndale. Not just for Northsiders, see it as a second big monthly mass, sometimes topping 100 riders.See More
Join British Bicycles of Chicago to celebrate the 407th anniversary of the foiling of the Gunpowder Plot. How? By spiffing ourselves up, riding our bikes and having a bonfire.We will meander from Roscoe Village to Bridgeport, pausing at Happy Village and Skylark to refresh ourselves and chat. The ride will be capped off with a roaring bonfire at Bubbly Dynamics, thanks to…See More
To truly appreciate the varying topics discussed on the Chainlink requires a grasp of the sublime nature of the insight brought to light only through the pursuit of Philosophy. And to that aim the Velo Philosophers strive!
The Perimeter Ride has been going for a solid decade and is an important first century for a lot of people who might not try such a thing without the CTA bail-out option. Also, it's awesome! Nature trails, oddball sights along the way, interesting food options and an easy pace for the moderately hardcore.The venerable John Greenfield has been running it all these years, but he wants to step away and focus on developing new rides which will surely be fantastic. Stay tuned for those, he's got…See More
"I don't understand what the point of your post is supposed to be. Are you posting that to demonstrate that Craig is wrong in his statement about some towns not liking RAGBRI passing through or are you just wasting bandwidth by posting…"
It was OK, being so far north it didn't get a crazy huge crowd. I ended up at the same bar two nights in a row because I drunkenly decided to take off during a smoke break and left my bike helmet hanging off a hook on the wall.
Lesson learned: don't be such a dumb ass, and the Prarie Moon bartenders are really nice.