Bikes Move Us Bike Night @ Zen

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Written by: Justin Fox

Bikes Move Us Bike Nights have been going on, intermittently, since 2009. Usually hosted by a BMU member (in their home), BMU Bike Nights usually start with BMU Forum Members tinkering with their bikes; servicing them, installing modifications and sometimes even building bikes form scratch. Add beer and pizzas into the mix, and a group ride around the block to end off the night (sometimes even ending at the local skate park!) and you have a pretty rad night!

Last night’s inaugural BIke Night @ Zen was a quiet affair, but still a great start. Be on the lookout for more BMU BIke Nights @ Zen in future!


Matt’s work car. Bianchi RPRSNT!

Nat’s KUOTA.

Chopper bars for the Zen Garage x ALL STARS Frankenstein Fixie Project.

A sissy bar too.

And a banana saddle.

In glittery red no less!

A few beers later this is where we were at on the build. HAHA! Love it.

Tom from Hell on Wheels in Newtown dropped in. Visit:

Mike’s 29’er.

Viet’s thrasher.

Melvin’s thing of beauty.

About the Author

Justin Fox
I like to create things. I’m into everything Cars, Bikes and Design. In the 80′s I was into skating, mountain biking, and metal. I’ve worked for myself for over a decade. I’m the founder of Australian INfront, JDM Style Tuning and


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