The Pleasant Revolution Bicycle Music, TUESDAY, NOV. 20TH

The Pleasant Revolution Bicycle Music will be in SLO THIS TUESDAY NIGHT. Don’t miss this opportunity to cruise SLO with two traveling bands on bikes. Imaging the Bike Happening with live bands! Spread the word.

Our plan is to meet at 7:00PM in the Mission Plaza at the little amphitheater for a meet and greet and perhaps a little music. Soon after we’ll hop on our bikes and tour SLO stopping at various secret locations for more LIVE music and to sneak in a few libations.

Who knows where we’ll go or where we’ll end up.

BYOB (B= Bike, Beer, etc.)

For more information about the tour, check out and read below:
On Thursday, November 1st, two bands, The Ginger Ninjas and SHAKE YOUR PEACE!, launched the epic “Pleasant Revolution Bicycle Music Tour” from N.San Juan, California, heading 5000 miles all the way down to the Mexican Yucatan. There is no sag-wagons, and no buses hauling our gear. Everything, including the 800 Watt human- and solar-powered PA System, is being hauled entirely on bicycle! The tour comes in the wake of SHAKE YOUR PEACE!’s 600-mile bicycle-music tour of Utah (April-May ‘07), and the excitement at San Francisco’s Bicycle Music Festival, Aug. 11, 2007, which announced the emerging bicycle-music movement to the world like a piano dropped from a 24-story window in downtown San Francisco: with life-altering momentum, filled with music, and destroying the oft-trod paths of old. The tour is a project of Worldbike, a 501c3 organization, Kipchoge Spencer, co-founder of Xtracycle, and Gabe Dominguez of the Bicycle Music Festival.

We’ll be riding through San Luis Obispo on Nov. 20th, so we will not be able to participate in the Bike Happening. However, we would love to get the epic bicycle community in SLO together for a rockin peddle-powered show. Since we don’t need any outlets, we can set up anywhere. There are fifteen of us in our group.

Whirling Delights!

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Photo from concert. Note bike in background providing 400watts of power

1 Comment »

  1. Yardsale said,

    December 5, 2007 @ 2:40 pm

    I can say with a fair amount of confidence that you missed it because you don’t check the Bike Happening website often enough.

    Bike culture is on the rise in SLO. Hop on!

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