We’ll be really impressed if we see someone rocking a pair of these knee-highs on Tuesday:
See you there!
Have you figured out how you’re going to show off your Red Socks style on this coming Tuesday? (If not, there’s still time!) Maybe you’ve wondered….
Bike Partiers, we need YOUR HELP putting together this month’s playlist for Boston Red Socks! (Check out Boston Red Socks LookBook Here)
This month we are looking for music that makes a fashion statement as a TEAM (Bike Party team Boston Red Socks, of course!); songs about moving your feet in style. Songs that make you want to move your feet. Songs about the warmth of red and the first month spring. Songs of the awesomeness of wearing red socks in Boston together while riding bikes!
To add music to the submissions playlist:
Submissions open until the day of the ride!
Props to Aleta Wiley for kicking off the playlist with the perfect first submission (which we’ll just have to play on repeat for the entire ride if you don’t help us with music :P):
For our next Bike Party ride Boston Bike Party is making a fashion statement. With the seasons changing and springtime here, what better way to celebrate the season for love and warmth in Boston than by showing off the loveliest and warmest of colors on your pedal-pushers with red socks! We ride Tuesday, April 8th, rolling out from Copley Sq. outside Trinity Church at 7:30pm!
Below is the “LookBook” for Boston Red Socks! (an idea we’re borrowing from San Francisco Bike Party), your guide to dressing up for the occasion, because after all, we’re a party on wheels!
According to ancient Bike Party legend, the 12 great Olympians gathered every month atop Mount Olympus to ride bicycles and drink nectar while discussing and deciding the fate of mere mortals. This month, the ancient Bike Party Olympians reunite!
We suspected Aleta was awesome when she showed up to our Novembeard VS. Movember ride with 100 cupcakes and fed 100 bike partiers with happiness baked to perfection. Our suspicion was confirmed when she kept coming on bike party rides even as temperatures dipped well below freezing! This week in our ongoing “Bike Party Winter Styles” series of blog posts, Aleta Wiley shares her secrets to staying warm AND windproof while riding her bike this winter:
Dear Bike Partiers,
You continue to impress us by showing up to our rides even in the winter! How do you keep riding even when the temperature gets below freezing, we wondered! So we figured we’d ask some of you to solve this mystery.
Today we catch up with Bike Partier Amy Leung, who helps Bike Party take fantastic photos on rides (photos by Bo Daley).
Boston Bike Partier Harris Allen just posted this fantastic video recap of this year’s Boston Halloween Bike Ride, where we collaborated with the HBR team for two start locations and one EPIC Bike Party collision. Check it out:
Here are some of our favorite snapshots from the night (these and many more fantastic shots on the Facebook photo album!):
‘Tis the season for a festive bike party! Grab that disco ball, string those colorful tree lights on your bike, and wear something bright and flashy because this month’s ride is a holiday SPARKLE MOTION bike party! (light-up, shiny, or holiday costumes highly encouraged!)