I’ve been listening to the new Feist album hence today’s post title. I’m headed to see her here in June at the Wex Center – WOOT!
So, if any of you don’t know I work a few nights a week in the production kitchen of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams. I’ve been working for this little powerhouse for about two years now. I would say that I’m a walking Jeni’s advertisement. I love what the company stands for. I love how the employees are so passionate about the product and I’ll end it with, I love how Jeni’s is a bicycle enthused company. So many workers ride bikes that most of the time (even during the winter months) the bike racks at the production kitchen are filled. Now that Spring has begun those bike racks are beyond filled and folks are locking their bikes up to trees and anything else stationary. We’ve ordered close to a dozen more bicycle racks and I’ll be excited once they are in and installed :) In the meantime, I’ve recently been obsessed with spoke cards. I feel like this is an un-tapped area where businesses (bicycle friendly) can market themselves on the cheap. I made (4) of these spoke cards for my bikes and I love them:
How cute are they!
Here’s the Jeni’s spoke card in action. Plus, do you see the other ‘Betty on a Bike’ in the background? She’s one of my favs.
Now, on to the gents I captured yesterday evening. I was heading into Barrel 44 from the production kitchen. There were a crap ton of riders out but I was only able to catch these three:
This rider clearly looks like he just finished a workout. He’s jamming to some band.
Yesterday, I stopped at the store and bought a few bunches of flowers and they were peeking out of my bookbag kinda like whatever was peeking out of this guys bag.
This rider was very focused on where ever he was headed. Lovely bike and I’m sure he kept warm with that beard.
Happy Easter or Passover