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Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Grant Petersen and "Just Ride" Talk - This Sunday

For those of you who missed it, Grant Petersen (of Rivendell Bicycle Works) recently published a book called "Just Ride: "  He's been on a bit of a whirlwind book tour through several states, but has returned to the San Francisco Bay Area and will be speaking at the Warming Hut on Chrissy Field (near the Golden Gate Bridge) this Sunday, June 10.


It should be an enjoyable opportunity to meet and hang with one of the folks in the bicycle biz who has an astute sense of design, history and need. 

For more information - 
http://www.parksconservancy.org/events/retail/meet-the-author-grant.html


To Buy the Book -



Publisher info - 
http://www.workman.com/blog/tag/grant-petersen/


2 comments:

April Spooner said...

Wish I would've seen this earlier..

April Spooner said...

I wish I would have seen this earlier, since I don't remember what I was doing I'll blame it on the fact that I was out riding my bike.