Category Archives: Drum-Biking

New video: Drum-biking St. Patty’s day, Irish drinking, German rap in Boston,

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New Video: Drum-Biking In The Snow, And Why I Always Read The Comments Section.

TweetLast Friday, I strapped my bucket-drums to my handlebars after a relatively drum-less winter and drummed my bike to work during the morning snow storm: Well, four days and 3,400 viral hits later thanks to places like Universal Hub, Bostinno, … Continue reading

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Drumming for November Project’s Ninja Race

TweetTwo weeks ago, I joined up with Brogan Graham’s November Project, a free Boston-area morning workout club, to drum-off hundreds of Ninjas for their first ever Ninja-themed running race along the esplanade. Galen and I stationed ourselves under the Mass. … Continue reading

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Joys of Drum-Biking: Rocking Out Everywhere All the Time

TweetIt’s usually pretty easy to spot the drummers in public places; we’re the guys and gals totally happy to be rocking out on the Green Line to Slayer’s Raining Blood playing through our ear buds while you’re rocking back and … Continue reading

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Joys of Drum-Biking: Traveling Tropical Dance Parties

TweetA while ago I wrote about how much fun it is for me to start dance parties while drum-biking, but sometimes it’s just as fun to join ones that travel around the city by bike. So when I heard about … Continue reading

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Join 400+ Cyclists, Me and the “Greg Mobile” to support Bike and Build for Upcoming Christina Clarke Genco Mother’s Day Memorial Ride

Tweet A funny thing happens when you start playing the bucket drums through Boston’s city streets on a bicycle; friends walking or biking down the street who happen to hear your drumming whiz by their ears feel the need to call, … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks to Bicycles in Aviation History

TweetWhenever I bomb the downhill stretch of Beacon St. from Cleveland Circle to Kenmore Square on my bike through Brookline, I feel like I’m flying, and imagine the airborne feeling of cruising above the height of automobiles and past the … Continue reading

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New Drum Biking Video: Riding with the Boston Full Moon Bike Ride

Tweetthis summer I’ve been receiving facebook invites a few weeks before every full moon I receive to he Boston Full Moon Bike Ride(here’s the FB event for this past one), usually meeting at Arc-En-Ciel bike shop in Union Square, and … Continue reading

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Urbana Bike Review and New Drum-Biking Video

TweetSome of you may have seen me riding a bright green cruiser bike with big balloon tires around Boston, and my review for it is up over at CommuteByBike.com, where I guest blog occasionally. Be sure to check out the … Continue reading

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Heavy Pedal

TweetThis year for Valentines day I’ll share with you some more love between bicyclists and their percussions instruments. Like other bucket-drum-bikers, I drum-bike with drumsticks in my hands, playing a bucket-set mounted to my handlebars. But here’s a custom-made bicycle … Continue reading

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