Saturday, April 29, 2006

kick ass BBQ.

here are a few more pictures.
AZ is pretty cool so far.
more news from here later.

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

The Mike and Meghan Farewell Fearless Leader BBQ was a rousing success. Wiffle ball, beer in hand kickball, brats, thighs, hummous, fruits, brownies, beers and thunderstorms. they went out with a bang... and a box of wine. Greg wins the MVBP award (most valuable beer provider).

Thursday, April 20, 2006

hello FBCers

well it has been a really good time over the last year. we have had some good times, some drunk times, and even some really good times. we have done it all on bikes, and we have done it all fueled by beer.
as you may know megan and i are moving to arizona. and we are having one last party to drink beer and hang out. on sunday april 23 we have reserved a picnic area at tower grove park (on the arsenal side between towergrove ave and kingshighway). there will be a bbq pit going and some drinking so you should come. i am trying to get a polo game together in the park that day also.
so come to the park, bring some beer and something to BBQ. also bring your bike, there could be some impromptu mayhem.

Friday, April 14, 2006


well it was a fun one. There was a rocket bike, drunk bmx kids, a blowout, donuts, a bike pile in a tree and a bunch of other junk. i tried to take some photo's but ran out of room on the card before we even left the hipoint. i ran out of spoke cards fast by estimation i'd say their was somewhere between 70-80 people their. as the group gets larger its harder to stay together and were having more flats and stuff, but theirs not much to do about that.

Wednesday, April 12, 2006


Dear FBC,

An attempt will be made to ride The Katy Trail west to east (the easy way) starting on Monday April 24, 2006. I guess it takes around 5 days to do this. That would be 1 day of travel plus 4 days of riding: 2 hard days at approx 70 m each and two easy days at approx 40 m each. This is a low budget trip so no motels, not even cheap ones because camping is even cheaper. There is only one definite about this ride so far, a stayover in Steedman, MO. The only restaurant in Steedman happens to also be the only bar and its called The SOB. The Son ofa Bitch provides free camping in their back-yard for Katy Trail riders if you drink there, an FBC paradise.

If you ride west to east the trail is approx 220 miles long, starting in Clinton, MO and ending in St. Charles. Getting to Clinton is a two-part journey: 1. Take the Amtrak from St. Louis to Sedalia, MO (the closest train station to Clinton) 2. Ride approx 35 miles south from Sedalia to Clinton. It will cost $25 for you to take the train plus $10 for your bicycle. Camping along the way will take place at established campsites, within 1 mile of the trail. Some sites charge by tent (avg $6 per tent) and some charge by person (avg $4 per person).

Thats it. If you want to come respond to this post. Michael, thanks for the memories, sorry you cannot come. FBC love you long time.

-Edd K

*Oh yeah, Les Claypool tickets on sale Fri April 14, 2006 (show Sun June 18, 2006)

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

full moon fiasco 12

well MIKE is leaveing us after one year of fiasco's i havent been on all 12 but they will continue, and hopefully well soon have a fbc chapter in AZ. PEAT and I had a meeting up and the hipoint the other night and the routes a good one. fix your bikes and eat a lite dinner. FULL MOON FIASCO #12 LEAVES FORM THE HI POINT AT 11pm ON THURSDAY THE 13th.

ps phil spector has crazy hair.

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

some news...

well FBCer's, i have some news (good or bad depending on how you feel about me, or just news if indifference is the case).
megan and i are moving out of state. to arizona to be exact. it has been fun, it has been wild. the fiasco and the races will continue without us. ride your bikes and support bike culture.
our last fiasco is going to be april 13 (thursday i think).
you should come.
it is going to be sweet
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