Ride Like a Fish Turns One!
Wiener Ride 2019
BeersNGears has been putting on bike events and drinking beer since 2014. We set up shop here in Winston-Salem to build culture and “move people by bicycle.” We love putting on the HalloWheels Bike Festival each fall, helping people learn how to work on bikes at our monthly Open Bike Night, launching organizations like FORBA […]
Peanut Butter, Bike Rack Time
The year 1893 was a big year for hot dog history. According to the National HotDog and Sausage Council (yes, that is a thing) this is when “dachshund sausages” – as they were called by Germans – were served to hordes of visitors at the Colombian Exposition in Chicago and they blew up. People loved […]
One of my absolute favorite reasons to ride my bike to where I’m going is the ease of parking. Even if there isn’t a dedicated space to lock your bike up at your destination, with a little creativity, you typically don’t have to go very far to find a post/bar/rail/sign/whatever to lock up to. Plus, […]
North of So Thankful!
To HalloWheels or not to HalloWheels, that … is a dumb question! Of course we’re going to HalloWheels! And this year is our 5th round of putting on Winston-Salem’s one and only bicycle festival so it’s set to be our biggest and best one yet. We have 6 days jammed packed with FREE, fun, and […]
Red Bull Movie Night
If you’re just joining our regularly scheduled program, we recently screened a movie produced by Red Bull called North of Nightfall back in July and we all had a great time! There are so many thanks deserved, it leaves me without a good place to start. The venue was the best, the movie was incredible, but […]
The Solution to the Mondays
Red Bull. A name so synonymous with action sports that you may even briefly forget that they are the makers of the popular energy drink available at your closest convenience or grocery store. With ventures like the Red Bull Rampage and even a Formula 1 team, it’s not a surprise any longer when you see […]
If you work a M-F type of job, you’re probably acutely aware of the differences in Sundays versus Mondays. Most people seem to hold a special disdain for Mondays and for obvious reasons–alarm clocks that sound like a meltdown at Chernobyl, appointments, meetings, deadlines, reports, proposals, did you respond to that email? (Go ahead, I’ll […]