Bicycling Buffalo

Saw the latest from Buffalo Blue Bicycle at Buffalo State College this past week. Justin Booth is the indefatigable organizer here and has been pedaling bicycles since his arrival in Buffalo. I've met-up with him a couple times this summer and volunteered on Thursday nights repairing a few bikes at their workshop.
While just coming off the last leg of the Tour dé Neglect this afternoon a few of us scoped out the Commercial Slip and heard about an effort to re-locate The Pedaling History Bicycle Museum to the Inner Harbor. Cool. Justin hasn't stopped talking about this all summer.

Consider coming out to Old Editions Book Shop on Tuesday 9/19 at 7pm and listen to Carl Burgwardt present his plan for the museum's future.
This talk - Into the Past Lane - will be presented by Carl F. Burgwardt followed by a discussion by interested followers of this project. Mr. Burgwardt is the co-owner and director of the Pedaling History Bicycle Museum in Orchard Park, NY, a life-long Western New Yorker and a retired Buffalo executive who, with his wife, is presently seeking to re-locate their museum to an appropriate historic site at the inner harbor.
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