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|Patrick Brady Book Talk and Discussion: Why We Ride|
|Inspiration Walks Among Us on Friday, August 22
On Friday, August 22nd, we are honored to have celebrated writer and blogger Patrick Brady come to the Studio to read from his new book, “Why We Ride.” His new book is a best-of compilation of his work. Patrick says, “This is a volume you won’t read just once. It’s a volume you’ll return to again and again, the sort of book you might read just before bed, one that will put the bug in your ear; as you turn out your bedside lamp you’ll be thinking, “I’m riding tomorrow; no ifs, ands or buts.”
We’ll have a lively discussion with Patrick who has touched on just about everything in the cycling world. He has completed numerous difficult rides such as the Death Ride, he’s pedaled the highest cols in the French Alps, he has raced for years, he is the chief judge for NAHBS, has done many cycling trips including long-distance, solo touring.
He is currently collaborating with Seven Cycles on a special edition bike; the bike will be on display during the evening. This bike is the precursor of a new model coming in 2015 at Seven!
Founder and writer for Red Kite Prayer, the blog Outside Magazine has ranked as the #1 cycling blog, Patrick captures the emotion and positive world of cycling in words.
This is a book that speaks to the dedicated cyclist, the lifer, you. This is a talk that you won’t want to miss. It, too, is meant for you.
Please RSVP below to save a seat, space is limited! We’ll be serving a full spread of appetizers and drinks. Don’t miss this very special evening with Patrick!
The Deerfield Dirt-Road Randonnee was conceived in the 1990s as just a favorite dirt-road loop in the hilltowns of Franklin County, Massachusetts. Since its birth as an organized event in 2005, many have hailed D2R2 as the hardest, most beautiful, most fun, most traffic-free, most unique, and overall best ride that they have ever done.