In September, the women-who-bike brunch group picnicked for the final time this year. Lucky for us, the weather was perfect.
Here are some of the cool women-who-bike and their trusty steeds.
After the picnic, a few of us walked over to the nature museum and stopped by the butterfly sanctuary…
…on our way to check out the final day of the “Bikes! Green Revolution” exhibit, which I originally blogged about last spring.
I dig the old school cycle chic posters.
The next brunch will be this Sunday with special guest Trisha! :-) Email LGRAB@letsgorideabike.com if you’re interested in joining us.
Last week, Trisha visited Chicago for her birthday (HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!). We were together again!
We biked down the lakefront and stopped by the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum.
Coco and Oma got to be together, too, outside of the garage for once.
While there, we enjoyed a high-quality exhibit, called Bikes! The Green Revolution, that happens to be at the Nature Museum until September 9.
There was a display of cool vintage bikes.
Art work with the theme “bike monsters.”
Photo ops with a penny-farthing, which we were all over once the children got out of our way.
And a photo exhibit of modern cycling style, featuring portraits by Bike Fancy’s Martha Williams. (Look, there’s me!)
Next, we stopped by the butterfly house, but the many fluttering things disconcerted Trisha a bit too much.
So we rested a bit. :)
We finished our visit in the gardens, a lovely respite from the city.
Where we listened to highly entertaining bird calls in the bird sanctuary.
Finally, we got back on our bikes to continue our day downtown.
Another lovely day on bikes in Chicago. Plus Trisha, which makes the day 100x better! :)