As Moe mentioned, we headed out to Hollywood Ca. to go watch a movie called Klunkerz. Lucky for Priscilla and I Jeremy drove. I hate driving through and in LA, its no fun.
Here we are goofing around in the back seat of Jeremy’s car. That’s my version of a “west side” sign…
Check it out, its the famous landmark building, Capitol Records.
When we got to the theatre, there was a long line of people waiting to get in, and tons of bikes, majority of them were fixies.
I forgot what this one was called, but it was a beauty!
Here’s my man crush, Gary Fisher, which by the way was part of the movie we saw and the so called “grand father of mountain bikes”
After the show, we walked around Hollywood Blvd and saw various stars on the walk of fame, here’s one that everyone should recognize.
Then we found this dive place for some Mexican food. Service was horrible, but food was great!
We had a great time that evening, learned quite a bit about the whole history of mountain biking. We saw a few of our friends there too, like Lou Mazzante of Bike Magazine, Mark of Hoss Technical Gear, Steve Bhoemke and some of the locals of the Fullerton Loop.
So for next year’s Bicycle Film Fesitval, you know we’ll be there!
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