February 14, 2010

I "hEaRT" bike stuff

So, did you get everything your little heart desired for Valentine's day?   Did you get one of these RAD bracelets?  Too bad it's for a man. I would totally wear this.   Find out more cool cycling gift ideas for your guy here http://bikereviews.com/2010/02/5-bicycle-valentines-day-gifts-for-men/  It doesn't have to be a holiday to celebrate how cool your man is.

So summer is right around the corner and what exactly does that mean?  Crazy busy schedules with absolutely no time to rest.  I love that feeling.  It also means that the North American Handbuilt Bicycle show is calling our name.  My husband Brian and I are designing our first Bella Rosa bike for the show.  We plan on a classic steel frame with lots of radical touches.  It also means cranking down on the carbon project for Kelson bikes, and making sure we have lots of fun in the meantime.  So when that snow starts to melt and the trees start to blossom it means that I better have a lot more done  - than I do now.  So tomorrow is a new day.  Watch out world the non-sleeping witch is on her way.

1 comment:

jenhirr said...

that rocks. you should built me one. without the stones, that is.

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