Friday, December 19, 2014

Una Pizza Bike Show

A per the previous post, I was closed last Sunday to hang out, er, attend and display a bike at the somewhat annual Una Pizza Bike show organized by Sean Walling of Soulcraft Bikes and Anthony Mangieri of Una Pizza Napoletana.  Ten bucks got folks in to talk bikes and eat as much of Anthony's incredible pizza as you could rotating through the generous lines.  When not eating there were lots of friends and bikes to spend time with - John Caletti from Caletti Cycles, Bruce Gordon, Rock Lobster's Paul Sadoff, Sean from Soulcraft, Retrotec/Inglis Cycles' Curtis Inglis, Robert Ives from Blue Collar Bikes, Steve Rex, Paul Components' Paul Price, Cameron Falconer, Todd Ingermanson and his Black Cat Bikes, Jeremy Sycip, Rick Hunter, Josh of Frances Cycles, Alec White of White Industries, and a couple guys I didn't meet from Strawfoot

Before the party opened at noon, all the exhibitors took a casual cruise down to the Bayview area for coffee at Trouble Coffee - which, coincidentally, sits across the street from Cameron Falconer's shop.  It was a clear, cool morning and the mass of riders moseying through the back streets was most enjoyable.  

Between Bicycle Times's post and one from All Hail The Black Market, if you weren't able to attend, these will give you a good idea of what went down. 

Trouble Coffee - where you can get a damn good cuppa joe.

Like the sign says...

A tub full of Black Mountain Cycles forks

Everyone has an engine sitting under their table, right?

The Falconer workshop

Schnozola

Rock Lobster

Bruce Gordon getting ready

Caletti

Falconer 29" wheel coaster brake bomber

(What's playing:  The Who Love Ain't For Keeping)

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