It’s no wonder that the biking industry has experienced a massive surge due to coronavirus. It’s an activity that makes social distancing easy, it provides a solid workout and it’s really fun. If you want to get plugged into Birmingham’s cycling community, start by checking out these shops, trails and groups to help you experience Birmingham on two wheels.Continue reading “Biking in Birmingham: Trails, shops and local groups to join”
Want to experience Birmingham in a brand new way? Discover it on two wheels with these nine local cycling groups in the Magic City.
New franchises, basketball as you don’t get to see every day, Russian ballet, and lots of classes! Find out what’s going on in Birmingham in the second January event guide.
Another week of events in the Magic City! This time, most of the live music is concentrated around SliceFest or other events. Maybe I just don’t like country music as much as other people. If you like country music, check out our full calendar of events here and see what tickles your fancy! Continue reading “Birmingham Top Things To Do: May 31st-June 6th”
What happens when a person’s love of cycling and desire to help others merge? Marcus Fetch tells us all about Redemptive Cycles, his non-profit business focused on providing transportation for all and a comfortable place to find friends.
Today and every Monday Redemptive Cycles Yoga hosts a yoga class at 6:30 P.M. with a revolving teacher roster. This Monday, Sally Mander, will lead the class through 60 minute Vinyasa Flow practice. Continue reading “Redemptive Cycles Yoga classes on Mondays”
If you only have time (or cash) for ten events next week, have I got a list for you! That’s right, it’s a top ten, for events coming next week! I try to include youtube links to music when I can, so don’t click things if you’re at work and aren’t using headphones. In the spirit of different strokes for different folks and not actually having seen them yet, I’m not going to rank any of these.
Amos Lee – Playing at the Alabama Theatre Feb 28th, doors open 7.30PM. Read more
You anxiously check your phone. It’s 4:45 PM. You’re feeling the pressure of how you’ll get your ride in before it gets dark. This is the time of year when the sun sets early and occasional frigid temps can threaten the cycling routine you worked so hard to keep the previous months. Some retreat indoors and some hit the darkness, head-on.
Continue reading “Would you cycle at night in Bham?”