Talking Bikes Has Never Been This Social: #bikeschool

21
May
2013

#bikeschool

It’s been a while, but I was happy to be hosting #bikeschool once again last Thursday night on Twitter.  Now that the weekly cycling chat pretty much runs itself (mostly due to our #bikeschool guardian angel, @twittyboyd), I don’t get all that involved with it or even attend every week.  But when I do drop in and put on the Professor hat, I get to feel that incredible rush that only #bikeschool can bring.

During last week’s chat, I was able to sway over one of my twitter followers who had never heard of #bikeschool before.  Kit Harvey and I worked together when I acted as cycling editor for The Roar last year.  He was my favorite writer, and was always there when I needed him.

Upon his quick introduction to #bikeschool, he tweeted what I have posted above.  In a way that only a great writer can do, he captured the essence of what our chat is all about.  #bikeschool is a place where #WorldCyclistsUnite and can interact and be social with like-minded people.

I am very, very proud to be one of the people who brought #bikeschool to life….and even more proud of where our bicycle community has taken it.

 

Enjoy Your Ride

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One Response to “ Talking Bikes Has Never Been This Social: #bikeschool ”

  1. Sarah Kopf on May 21, 2013 at 11:53 pm

    We love us some #bikeschool!
    Sarah
    http://www.thinfluenced.com

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