Press: Bummin’ In Boston: Goody Two Wheels

June 14, 2012

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This is kind of cool.  The Dig Boston just posted about bike happenings for the week.  They include four items of interest about bikes; either Ride Studio Cafe or Seven Cycles are closely connected to all four of the mentions!

Get off your butt and on a velocipede! Whether you’re a fixie, BMX, beach cruiser, tandem or road racer, enjoy a week full of two-wheeling fun in and out of the city. Use your bike as an excuse to make a difference in the community or to just get out of the city for a couple of hours. This week, we found the best art exhibits, community events, non-profit organizations and cafés for Boston bikers.

First:  EAT: Ride Studio Cafe

Ride. Rest. Repeat. For those die-hard Boston bikers, ride over to Lexington to restat Ride Studio Café. Nestled between two coffee shops, Ride Studio Cafe stands out because of its unique menu of cappuccinos and bike parts, whatever your fancy. The all-in-one cafe and bike shop is located just 10 miles from the city—casual ride right? With bicycles on one side and an espresso bar on the other, Ride Studio Cafe is the best of both worlds in a combination that creates a comfortable meeting place for the Boston cycling community.

Second:  ART: Let’s Talk About Bikes Art Exhibit @ BSA Space.  Seven Cycles is featured in the exhibit.

Third:  EVENT: Bike Friday @ City Hall.  Ride Studio Cafe has been leading rides from the Studio for each of the Bike Fridays.

Fourth:  SUPPORT: Bikes Not Bombs.  Ride Studio Cafe hosted a fundraiser for Bikes Not Bombs late last year.  We hope to do it again this year.

I think this is all pretty cool that the Studio and Seven are connecting with a lot happening in the city.

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