Two of our Sauciers, Una and Sydney, are going to be biking across Canada this summer and they’re going to need some help from the Canadian (& Australian!) cycling community! The goal of this wild adventure is to write The Gonzo Guide to Biking Across Canada, a book that will:
teach and support others with their own quest of biking coast to coast, and
Okay guys, who likes My Drunk Kitchen? Its got nothing to do with bikes right? RIGHT! But it does have to do with kitchens, and bikeSauce has a kitchen. The saucy host of My Drunk Kitchen, Hannah Hart, is doing a tour with her show and we’re pitching the bikeSauce kitchen as one of her tour episode locations!
Check out our video pitch directed, produced, filmed and edited by our own Anibal Davila, starring a handful of regular Sauciers and one exceptionally feral bike. Et parce qu’il est canadien, il est aussi bilingue!
Earlier this year, Toronto residents voted by the thousands for NOW Magazine’s annual Best of the City issue that explores Toronto’s best food, shopping, and cultural hot spots. Yesterday, the 2012 Winners were announced, and – to our delight – Bike Sauce is one of them!
Voted THE BEST under the “Best Bike Mechanic” category, we’re thrilled to be recognized by so many folks that had a truly great bike repair experience at our shop. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone that voted, and to celebrate everyone involved in the Bike Sauce community that have directly, or indirectly, contributed to this achievement. We’re number 1!!
It is often tempting for one of our vounteers to demonstrate a repair by taking the tools and doing it themselves. It is certainly faster that way, but thats now what we are here for.
So in the following weeks, you may see some bikesauce volunteers wearing oven mitts while they are helping you. this means they cant handle the tools themselves, so you will have to be extra patient with them