Are your wheel covers busted? Are more balls going through your wheel covers than they are blocking? Do you not have any wheel covers at all? Are you looking for a good way to say “Thank You” to your sponsors? Wheel you’re in luck! (Bad pun intended!) A few days ago Jinxy Wheel Covers announced that they are back in business!
Cascadia’s newest Regional Rep, Kate Armstrong of Eugene, Oregon, made this amazing map of NAH’s Cascadia region. It’s definitely one of the most beautiful pieces of bike polo cartography to date! You can find a high res version of the map HERE!
This announcement was posted by Alias Tagami, the new head of Public Relations for the North American Hardcourt Bike Polo Association (NAH). The announcement references information that we shared with you at the end of last year. So find that information here: Help the NAH Expand Bike Polo Infrastructure. Read their latest announcement below:
While providing support to Pittsburgh Bike Polo’s effort to get a court built, a question came up about what a club would want to ask for if they had the chance. Here’s an example picture NAH provided so that they could pass it on to their developer.
Just as a reminder, the NAH is collecting as much information as we can about individual clubs’ efforts in building courts. Send your success and challenge stories to us (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Share pictures of your court on their Facebook post!
Sometimes you have really good ideas, but you don’t have the money to make them a reality. You sit on it and then BOOM! someone beats you to the punch. In this case, that someone is VANDALrgz and that good idea is a hardcourt bike polo travel hammock. We may not be able to see you 3-2-1 Polo! hammocks not that’s okay, you should still pick up one of these bad ass hammocks from VANDALrgz. They have 7 different colors to choose from, so find the one that best suites you! Pick one up HERE.
Story filed by Crusher
I don’t money shame, nor do I have any money shame: I’m a pretty broke guy. I’m doing a lot better than most others out there, to be sure, but speaking generally I don’t have very much to spend on things that tickle my fancy or for a night out on the town. My money is basically spent before I make it, to put it in the clearest terms.
And that’s part of the reason that bike polo was so attractive to me when I started it years ago. I spent something like 100 bucks on my first bike (a specialized Hardrock frame, parts from everywhere), and maybe 30 bucks on all the other equipment I used (a helmet, eventually, gloves, and a free mallet from the Godfather of my club, Kyle).
And I was off running.