An opportunity to celebrate.
The end of October is about more than vandalism, tiny candy bars, and making blue collar uniforms inexplicably sexy....especially if you happen to find yourself in San Francisco's Mission District this week.
Día de los Muertos, is the 3-day Meso-American celebration of departed souls. It’s a major event in our neighborhood and is celebrated every year with a colorful procession and commemorative altars featuring marigolds, sugar skulls, candles, and worldly posessions loved by the deceased.
This years celebration will be taking place on Nov. 2nd and we encourage you all to ride out and celebrate alongside our Mission community.
A bunch of you were probably thinking "Hey, I wonder what the Mission staff's been up to lately." Well, to answer that question you've absolutely been asking yourself as of late, we've been managing to keep busy despite the summer sales rush coming to a swift close...
The team got crafty this month and boldly blessed our wall with one of the most handsome logos we've ever seen. Take a pic next time you're in the shop!
Our very own Nick took a trip down the coast to Santa Barbara to try his hand (legs) at the Hillclimb World Championships and he podiumed! Well, he stood on the podium. He also had an absolute blast so we'll count it as a win.
And last but certainly not least, Josh has given our rental fleet a little facelift. Look out for some freshly updated steeds next time you're in need of an extra set of wheels for the day.
Hope you all are having as much fun as we are this October. Ride Safe.