QCR 2016 Results

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Sep 052016
 

QCR2016_Winners

Results

Overall Winners :
1st – Chas
2nd – Gino
3rd – Rob W.
4th – Michele (1st Female)
5th – Savannah

1st Fixed – Eddy

Race to Registration :
1st Male – Gino
2nd Male – Rob W.
3rd Male – Morgan

1st Female – Michele
2nd Female – Nikki
3rd Female – Savannah

Main Race :
1st Male – Chas
2nd Male – Gino
3rd Male – Andrew

1st Female – Savannah
2nd Female – Michele
3rd Female – Nikki

DFL – Ian P.

Mountain Lion :
1st Male – Chas
2nd Male – Kell (Single Speed)
3rd Male – Ben

1st Female – Christina P.

1st Fixed – Eddie

DFL – Shaggy

Sponsors

NorCal Legal Courier, DannyBoy / Let it Bleed Tattoo, Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, TCB Courier, All-City Cycles, Oury, Capo, The Worst, Discount Stab Shack, Get it Burnin’ Delivery, Ritchey Components, Zodiac Bag Co., ABUS, Phil Wood & Co., CETMA Cargo, Mission Workshop, Alley Cat Bookshop, Oriental Art Gallery, Zoom Legal Courier, MASH, The Messfits, Benders Bar, Godspeed Courier, Cupid Courier, King Kog, Bicycle Coffee, The Spoke Cyclery, Zack’s Racks, By the Books, Shark, Boonation Custom Cycles

Gold Sprints at the KnockOut on 9/19 – Update

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Sep 162015
 

goldsprints
Update : 9/19/15
Congratulations to Carlos and Wren for both winning free entry to Quake City Rumble 2015!

Are you coming to gold sprints Saturday? Presented by the SFBMA and QCR Project! $5 at the door, grand prize is free entry to QCR! (If you can’t make it to QCR and win, speak to me for alternate arrangements) 4-9 pm. 21+, sorry kids. I’ll try to plan something all ages soon. Come out and get loose. Music by The Messfits, Lone Whale and the Krill, and DJ Salvatore. Many thanks to The KnockOut for hosting us, we love you!
It’s EmKay’s birthday too, come out and buy her a beer!

London’s Cycle Couriers Are Campaigning Against a Cycle of Exploitation

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Jun 112015
 

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.

Read the full article over at Vice.