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Tweed: moustache street culture

Fixed gear bikes ain't cool no more.
Clément Mathon

the <a href=“We at San Francisco Tweed constitute a rare breed of cyclist — ladies and gents who refuse to endure anymore spandex!”- from San Francisco Tweed community’s website-

Croquet, picnics and cycling: a bunch of mid 19th aesthetic lovers are taking over the streets of alcatraz’s city. Mainly interested in bicycles, the Tweed lovers preach for courtesy, good manners, through a community mainly based in England called The Chap. (Check out the british Chap Manifesto).

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This alter-globalization flashmober got the whole crisis figured out.
Clément Mathon

carrotmob sign Sitting, boycotting, black blocking, protesting, self-chaining to a tree: alter-globalization movements have been more than creative when it comes down to resist. Comparing businesses as “donkeys”, Brent Schulkin, a 27-year-old Stanford grad in San Francisco, created a new sort of “mob”, the Carrotmob to make businesses step forward to a more responsible state of mind. The deal is simple: the business makes a commitment, and he gets more consumers.

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