Photo: Dave Cipres
Photo: Dave Cipres
Tony Fletcher, Taylor Martinez, and Andy Thornley speak at City Hall for the SFBB GCAS Rally<
SFBMA President Taylor Martinez was interviewed by NBC at the SFBB GCAS Rally
Messengers get in at half price. Kids of messengers are free.
Jen Zen passed away on August 19th, 2018. She courageously fought cancer for so long and demonstrated her incredible strength. Jen touched the hearts of so many: decades of messengers, clubs, concert makers, sport arena providers, wherever she went- she made friends all over- she was a Queen.
It is hard to imagine this world without her. She will be cherished always.
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The votes are in and the SFBMA has elected new officers for the year. Hey Jonnie is the new President, James is our Vice President/Executive Directory, MK will be our new Secretary, and Ryan Spoonsman is the Treasurer. We`ve got a lot of projects in the works. Check back for more updates and come out to the meetings to get involved. We meet the second Thursday of the month, every month. Next meeting is at Lennon Studios, 271 Dore St. on July 9 at 6:30pm. See you there!
By Ed Ive
This article originally appeared on VICE UK.
Gathering in covens outside pubs they can’t afford, darting past your bus window as you sit in a jam, or banging on the windows of drivers that nearly run them over, cycle couriers are one of the most distinctive and visible of London’s work tribes. With their cans of Tyskie beer and their tipped up peaks, cut-off tights, and fixies, they’re instantly recognizable. But cycle courier culture isn’t so much rooted in its fashion as the way their unique job makes them relate to each other—they are a network of people who are essentially in competition, but also united by the precarious nature of their work.