#bikeschool is a live chat on Twitter every Thursday night at 9p EST. We talk about bikes and have fun… a lot of fun. Like all classrooms there are pranksters, teacher’s pets and people who sit in the front row wearing spandex.

#bikeschool was established in 2010 by @bikerly, @egggman and @lovingthebike, and now also includes @steviedexter as one of the honorary “professors”.

In the spring of 2012, @twittyboyd become the #bikeschool administrator, and has been the driving force in keeping the weekly chat rolling along.

If you’d like to be one of our #bikeschool guest professors or have a cool idea for class, be sure to let @twittyboyd know.

Click here for more on the origins of #bikeschool.

For a listing of all #bikeschool posts found here in Loving the Bike, just click right here. But before you do, let us warn you about things like the @tacomakingrobot, Bike Thongs, and other crazy stuff you might find there.

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  • Surena4208

    Looking for a bike club near or in Brenham,Texas

    • http://lovingthebike.com Darryl is Loving the Bike

      Hi, we’ll put it up on our #bikeschool timeline on Twitter and see what we can find for you.  What’s your e-mail address?


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