Then I turned 37 years old and we celebrated with a bowling party in Williamsburg's new alley: The gutter. Really fun dive bar and 8 lane bowling alley from the folks who brought you your Pac Man and Donkey Kong vintage arcade fix at Barcade
here are some pictures from our our party.
Here are a few things from the past...
Did you wonder who won the La Bruja Halloween Alleycat in NYC:
NYC 13th Annual Halloween Race
1st Dan Chabanov *Edged Felipe for the win in the last few blocks.
2nd Felipe The King *Caught a massive skitch over the Williamsburg Bridge to put him self back in contention.
3rd Andrew Toews *Don’t sleep on this guy. Third 3rd place finish in a row for him.
4th Ralph N. *Was in the lead after the bridge but got lost in Brooklyn.
5th Chris Cali
8th Dominican Chris
9th Cooper *Heard this kid was like 15?!?
1st Girl Heather M.
Thanks to six racing for posting that...here is a report back from the race...
"The Halloween weekend in NYC is always epic and 2007 was no exception. Whatever your in the mood for its happening here. Want to race bikes that go no where? Well Friday night was your chance. Chris Kim provided the bikes and the fastest legs in this city went at it. Corry the Courier vs. Felipe the King… Watching people ride nowhere was never this exiting. In the end Felipe was still the king. But Crihs still managed to crash a bike that wasn’t moving...."
more at team six report
The race ended at the 5th annual Black Label Bike Club's Bike Kill...here are two photographers who took some awesome pictures of my favorite mutant bike event...
Tod Seelie of suckapants
I must have left early cause I didn't realize, they had bike surfing...
and our own Ed Glazar took some dope pictures too: