If you've been to one of Sage's presentations before, then you won't
want to miss this NEW one about her summer 2011 adventure bicycling
through Asia. If you've never experienced on the other hand, you
definitely want to come be inspired, informed and entertained on a
cold winter's evening when you can take a vicarious bicycle tour with
a personalized tour guide!
Date: Tuesday, December 20, 2011 6:30 pm (presentation at 7pm)
Location: 2nd floor auditorium of George Sherman Student Union at Boston University, 775 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston
Admission: suggested donation of $10 to benefit Boston neighborhood bicycle groups (including BU Bikes, DotBike, JP Bikes and RozzieBikes) - includes refreshments and chances at doorprizes
Moscow to Mongolia: a bike in a suitcase, the Trans-Siberian railroad and a 1,000 kilometer cycling adventure.
More than just beautiful landscape and intimate portraits- come learn about adventure cycling, how to ride the Russian rails, and why you might want full suspension and a GPS in Mongolia.
Sage Cohen's first bike trip was around a Dorchester block in the early 60's. Since the late 90's, she's been cycling all over Asia. Her cat and her skis are in Anchorage, Alaska but she's come home for the holidays to help support her favorite neighborhood bicycling groups: BU Bikes, Dot Bike, JP Bikes and RozzieBikes. Come out and support them too!
See https://www.facebook.com/events/263646677025655/ for more details.