Part concert, part conversation, always in a circle, Wilder Buffalo, is a monthly community visioning gathering supporting deeper ways of being with each other and the land that holds us together. Wilder Buffalo was created by musician Ben Weaver and Strong Buffalo. This month with be the thirty-fourth Wilder Buffalo.
December 20th will be the next Wilder Buffalo. Click for Free Tickets
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FIVE THINGS is a feature on the Banjo Brothers Blog. These short interviews explore life and bicycles with notable people. Since 2007 Chris Skogen has been producing barrier-free cycling events in the state of Minnesota.
The most famous of his events, the Almanzo 100, is often referred to as the "granddaddy" of them all for its pole position in the explosion of gravel road bicycle ride around the country. While other events have diverged from Skogen's "always free" business model, Skogen continues to shake up the paradigm in his crusade to simply get more people on bikes.
Join us: Thursday, October 28, 2021
Free outdoor concert and conversation featuring Strong Buffalo and Ben Weaver and special guests: Ed Bok Lee and Chris Martin. Group bike ride will depart from co-sponsor Perennial Cycle at 5pm.
- This Holiday season we've compiled a few items we think would make for thoughtful gifts for the cyclists in your life. Heavy on practicality and usefulness, these Banjo Brothers items are sure to please. Gifts start at less than $10.
FIVE THINGS is a feature on the Banjo Brothers Blog. These short interviews explore life and bicycles with notable people. This week, it's Chris Chavie's turn in the barrel.
Chavie, the former Social Media manager for Penn Cycle, founded the MN Bike Trail Navigator Blog in 2011 and publishes the largest list of cycling events in Minnesota his cycling-centric blog.
His passion for bikes might be an understatement. He created and is an admin of 13 cycling-related Facebook Groups including MN Gravel Enthusiasts, MN River Bottoms Ride Report, Twin Cities Bike Commuters, and MN Fatbike Group Rides.
We hope you enjoy this week's Five Things.