It’s always cool to watch any of Mash videos, heres Chas little edit.
Today I’ve organised a short bike ride to a burger place called Dip and Flip at Battersea rise, it was a unofficial Johnny cupcakes ride for the fans or anyone that knows JC as a brand, it was a small number of us. Traffic today was busy because of protests and most roads were close. It felt like a Monday morning ride, in and out of traffic squeezing into gaps. But finally when we got there we had the best award. Thank you for the guys that came out today. Till the next one!
A get together ride and munch, talk about fixed bikes and have some fun. Join us on Sunday 28th September at 11am, outside Nike town. We will ride to Dunkin donuts in Hounslow, hope to play some little games, then up to Krispy Kreme. Hope to see you guys and girls there, for this fixed/single speed ride.
Plume x Tokyo bike is hosting a virtual reality game and it’s happening this Friday at Tokyo bike from 7pm, why not come down and give it ago. There will be free drinks.. More info over here
I’ve been working in Haggle Vinyl in Angel for some months now after being an intermittent customer over the last 4 years or so. It’s hands-down my favourite store, a real old london gem of an independent record shop. Run by a good friend Lynn Alexander, after 15 years of trading Haggle Vinyl is set to close its doors.
I took photos for those who haven’t had the pleasure of visiting in person – make it down before it shuts for good in December! Anyone that comes on a saturday with an FGL sticker on their bike gets special discounts!
Lynn wishes to thank all those who have helped the shop (not those who have helped themselves in the shop) over the last 15 years. Particular thanks to the customers who travel from across the globe and visit the store whose knowledge makes each day fascinating
Haggle Vinyl, 114 – 116 Essex Rd, Angel, London
read more about Haggle HERE