Wednesday, September 27, 2006


Holy crap - what a weekend! What a turnout by the Zoobombers of Portland at the Midnight Mass!

Pictures and a recount to come soon! Check back, check back!

Thursday, September 21, 2006


The first ride of fall - damp streets, black slickness shot through with orange light and lit by purple skies. We love Vancouver.

Oker made us proud again this week with his fabulous photography - here's last week's ride.

Scarcy cemetary...

Then westward to the Crescent - drag races and hotdogging for all....

Ladies & Gentlemen - Cowboy Wyatt:

That boy can skiiiiidddd.

The party continued at the crescent, until we got hungry and split.

We ride again this week - a bonus MM as a part of the Velomutation Bikelove Weekend - come check out four days of bike mayhem!

As usual, meet at grandview park at 11:45, roll at midnight. See all y'all there.

Friday, September 08, 2006

CBC interview, digitized

Apparently one of my roomates (thanks Mairin!) managed to tape the midnight mass CBC interview back in July - I've added some photos to run as a slideshow and am posting it here.


Polo in the park is on again this weekend!
Satuday, 2 pm, Strathcona Park tennis courts-

We'll bring the mallets, you BYOB(ikes)B(eer)

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Midnight in an Undressed World

Well, I've finally got my act together enough to get a post up about last month's raucus and rowdy midnight undie ride - so here we go! Enormous thanks to Rob for contributing photos this week. Check his flickr site out here:

The adventure started at grandview park. Clothes slowly started peeling off, as a few brave souls decided to get the ball rolling (yeah julie and rob!)

The Team Tracksuit was out again in full force - infact, I'm pretty sure their numbers have grown...

After a couple of words with the local cops (they pulled up and observed us from an unmarked car before comming out to see what was going on... "we got about 10 calls that there were 60 people milling around in the park in their underwear...") we hit the road, with downtown as our destination, hoping to thorougly confuse the downtown club crowd.

Then it was on to english bay, for an impromptu beach party in the middle of downtown.

at this point, the residents of one of the taller buildings started signalling to us - in one appartment a bunch of turtle lights popped up and started waving at us - we cheered and waved ours back. Then from one of the top floor appartments someone busted out a flood light:

This of course, inspired even rowdier behaviour...

Eventually, of course the police came and we hit the road. They tailed us for a little while before apparently deciding that maybe there was some real crime taking place somewhere in the city that might possibly require their attention and let us go. We rolled over the burrard street bridge and overwhelmed the staff at seigel's bagels again - REMEMBER KIDS, TIP YOUR OVERWORKED BAGEL MAKER!

From there, a few of us rolled all the way east to Trout Lake, where we arived JUST IN TIME to MISS some fire spinners, who had just finished packing up. alas.

Join us this month for the midnight mass - there are THREE.

We will still be holding the regularly scheduled 2nd/4th thursday rides (Sept 14th & 28th), and there will also be a bonus Midnight Mass on Sept. 21st schedueld to coincide with the Velomutation Bikelove Weekend.

Meet us at grandview park at 11:45, roll at midnight!