March’s women-who-bike brunch

March’s women-who-bike brunch was small and cozy, thanks to some last minute location scheduling on my part, but at least having fewer people made it much easier to carry on a conversation. I had a great time hanging out with some of my favorite cycling mamas and a recent transplant to Chicago from Austin.

The scene: Wishbone

Lauren and Mimosa!

Jennifer and Ash

Me and Betty

Ash and her Madsen

The next brunch on April 3rd is already set to be another big one. If you’re in the Chicago area and are interested in attending, email me at LGRAB@letsgorideabike.com for the location details. The brunch is always the first Sunday of the month, so put it on your calendar. :)

In other news, I left my bike at home yesterday because the forecast called for thunderstorms and severe hail. Guess what? No thunder, no hail. I was tricked into taking the L train! Boo.

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6 thoughts on “March’s women-who-bike brunch

  1. Bill says:

    Dottie it is much better than the alternative – getting duped into riding and then getting blasted with rain and hail! Not that I have any experience with that LOL

    Have a great day.

  2. SM says:

    Oh, that happened to me too last week where the weather forecasters tricked me. I hate when that happens.

  3. Amy says:

    I’m sitting here at lunch looking out the window at my bike and the huge dark cloud that is supposed to be bringing us thunderstorms, baseball size hail and maybe even tornados! I just know it’s going to start as soon as I leave to go home. :/ So, I would have taken a train had I the option! :)

  4. Maureen says:

    Better safe than sorry – there will be plenty of nice days ahead! We had snow and rain here in NY today…Gray and dreary for sure!

  5. Sarah says:

    What a great bunch of ladies and bikes! I was wondering if you could put me in touch with Ash – she owns my dream bike and I would love to ask her some questions about her Madsen. Thanks!

  6. I wish I lived in Chicago! What a fun idea! Perhaps I’ll start something similar in Brooklyn…

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