It’s an Imperial Cycles motorized bike! It’s a Shorty Fatz. Remarkable is what it is. And it’s all original. This is what happens when combine the talents of Imperial Cycles and Shorty Fatz. Both builders are impressive in their own right.
You can bet that you’ll see some of the most unique ideas come to life at the SF Bike Expo. See You There!
The Bay Area’s own Abel Gonzales uses basic shapes and nature as inspiration. And his work has a character all its own. Abel transforms lifeless walls into rich and meaningful monuments with his murals. And then there are the sketches. In the collection of great whites, the dynamic forces of nature are captured in remarkable detail.
Want to get the message out about your product or event? Then turn to Adrenlin Industries, the guerrilla marketing experts. Their designs and promotions exist at the creative edge. You must see the Adrenlin Industries Online Store to fully appreciate the artistry.
At this year’s expo, Adrenlin Industries will be sponsoring the DJ competition. So come check out what promises to be an 2009 Expo highlight. We’re excited that Adrenln is joining us at the expo. And we’re even more excited about this year’s DJ spin-off because we know Adrenln Industries will bring a new level of excitement to this highly anticipated competition!
Designed and engineered for the demanding disciplines of 4X, Dirt Jump, and Dual Slalom, the 831 uses the FOX
32 mm platform, FLOAT® Air Spring technology, and FIT RLC damper. The 831′s FIT RLC damper is specifically valved with firmer low- and high-speed compression damping to increase pedaling efficiency when sprinting out
of the start gate and absorbing large jump landings.
Designed and engineered for the demanding disciplines of 4X, Dirt Jump, and Dual Slalom, the 831 uses the FOX 32 mm platform, FLOAT® Air Spring technology, and FIT RLC damper. The 831′s FIT RLC damper is specifically valved with firmer low- and high-speed compression damping to increase pedaling efficiency when sprinting out of the start gate and absorbing large jump landings. Read More…
Team Spare Change began back in 2007 with a purpose to increase awareness in the fight against cancer. The mission is a simple one: to help individuals and families both financially and emotionally as they battle a disease that afflicts so many. In this effort, Team Spare Change brings together a community of racers that have their hearts in the right place.
You can support Team Spare Change through one of their racing events, but you can also donate your time, talent, or resources this most worthy of causes. Stop by the Team Spare Change booth at the expo to learn more about this purposeful organization.
The Guardian has been dropping truth bombs on the Bay Area since 1966. This alternative weekly highlights the events, people, politics, and goings-on in and around San Francisco and the surrounding cities.
This year The Guardian is sponsoring the SF Bike Expo and we couldn’t have a better partner in this endeavor. In addition to our blog postings, we will be advertising the expo and all related events in the pages of the Guardian. Pick up your copy today.