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We had a GREAT TIME @ The Bicycle Beauty Pageant and Kaleidospoke… here is a peek at the festivities!

20 Jul

I hope you got one of these in your spokes...

 

... if you did, it means your bike was in contention for the Bicycle Beauty Pageant.

The spoke cards were made by Joel Lipovetsky for the event, they are limited… and they’re for CLOSERS.

... another one of Tony's classic cruisers from yesteryear.

 

Kaleidospoke Mural...

Kaleidspoke Mural on the back wall with Tony Ballantine's classic Raleigh hanging above.

 

Kaleidospoke Mural and the Cinelli SuperPista with RVCA and Twist graphic treatment.

Karen's Turner won the "Prettiest" award for 2011, highly deserving bike!

 

Carlos' Pugsley, this bike can roll over anything... or anyone.

Mark and Becky are waiting to be judged!

Donna and her Lazy Susan were all dressed up!

It was a great party with Kaleidospoke and the Bicycle Beauty Pageant together this year.

 

... Judging...

The Judges this year were very HARDNOSE!

 

Rawson's Schwinn Madison... whoa!

David Bell's Peach and Andrew's Casati Laser... chillin'.

 

Bike geeks are funny.

 

Kether checks out the chrome Schwinn LeTour that we all knew was gonna win Best of Show as soon as we saw it roll in.

Carlos has a SERIOUS bike addiction!

Val's vintage Stumpjumper, there is one of these in the Smithsonian!

 

Ginger played some awesome tunes for us.

Hannah and Andrew offer their critique on this year's field.

Best Fixie was won by our very own JC Walker!

We attracted quite a crowd this year!

Kaleidospoke piece on the outside of CCA.

 

 

 

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