Join us for the second installment of Bikes 'n' Beers, this time with SPECIAL GUEST, Brian Popplewell from Mikes Bikes! And win a $25 gift card to Mikes!
In this series we will discuss various bike-related topics, including maintenance, training, and how to avoid riding outdoors like a social outcast. I'll also be posting one fun snack recipe for bike and other adventures! So grab a beverage, log on to zoom and let's chat!
Bike: At home bike repairs and maintenance (aka how to save yourself $) - the drivetrain: lubing and cleaning your chain, checking when your chain needs to be replaced, cleaning the cassette, changing brake pads (if time permits)
Food: Rice bars! Recipe below!
When: February 25th, at 7pm-8pm
Where: Zoom! Link to be provided (you must register in order to be sent the link)
Who: You! I welcome questions, thoughts, comments and hearty discussion from anyone who's into bikes, beverages and food
Questions? Email me! Hanmbates@gmail.com
Hope to see you there!
Rice bars recipe:
- 4 cups cooked white short-grain rice
- 2tbsp maple syrup
- 2tbsp soy sauce / tamari
- Fillings of your choice: Bacon, Nut Butter, Banana, Jam, Nuts, Vegemite (!)
- Mix the soy sauce and maple syrup into your cooked rice. Mix vigorously! Make it a little pasty, even. Smooth the rice mix into two half-inch (height) squares. I like to use two sandwich baggies to shape it into two large squares, dividing the rice mixture in half. Chill for at least a couple hours (overnight!) in the fridge, nice and flat. When chilled, spread one of your rice squares with a filling of your choice - i like nut butter and bacon! Or Banana and Jam! Top with the other rice square and cut into mouth-sized squares. Wrap in foil and enjoy ricey goodness on your next ride!
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