16 April, 2010
Pretty Sweet Idea for the casual rider, but kind of a gimmick... I wouldn't trust an Iron on.. Shit would Have to be sewed up..
TV's in the headrest is soooo last decade.. Ima play movies on my back while Im riding my bike.. Next level son.
A 5 minute film that shows how-to build your very own wearable iPad Sprocket Pocket.
This was a MAYAmake 24-hour project.
The Sprocket Pocket, and the MAYA Sprocket iPad application were designed, prototyped, tested, manufactured in limited quantity (9 in first 24 hours where built and 4 were given away at an Apple Store just for fun to random bike riding iPad owners), packaged, and deployed all within 24 hours before the launch of the iPad.
For more information, to download the patterns or just find out what the heck we're talking about, check out: maya.com/sprocket
Posted by Joseph Lobato at 12:16 PM
The Takeover! This Saturday (April 17th) $5 dollar entry. It's a six checkpoint race, which checkpoints you go to, will be determined by the roll a die at each checkpoint... It's really about the luck of the draw and strength of street knowledge. The 5 dollar entry for this race is going to the Bicycle Kitchen. Who is celebrating their 5th year Anniversary on Helitrope and Melrose. (My home away from home and "bike District" of LA) You can learn more about their fundraising drive here.
Orange20 130pm $5
Race starts at 2pm sharp. DON"T BE LATE, OR YOU WILL NOT RACE. (So Sez Juan)
1642 Bar 430pm
1642 Temple St.
LA, CA 90026
Then on Sunday, (April 18th) is the fourth year of Burrito Project LA! So they're throwing a race and a fundraising afterparty DTLA!
I love Burrito Project, such a rad idea. Make food, deliver it to the homeless on bikes. Dope!!!
Echo Park Cycles, 12 noon
Bring a bag and some cash (think mini Cranksgiving)
Bar 107 DTLA 2pm
I took the pic off Tracko, cause I liked it, and I couldn't find a good image of the flyer...
I have yet to have had the pleasure to meet Super Ted. I'm hoping that someday soon, he'll come to Socal and kick it with us.
Until then, I'll just have to rock his face on t-shirt. What I'm really thinking, is to put someone's face from around these parts on a shirt... Who? Guess correctly and you'll get one for free, when I get around to making them...
Seen on prolly,
via 14bike co.