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April 3, 2012

We are gearing up for our first solo video project.

Looking for folks who want to be key grips and editors and all things film shoot. Perfect for the art school student looking to be the first to expose our inner BMX Betty to the world.

Ideally the internet will find the genre-bending experience quite satiating.

Drop a note to us at:

Looking for collaborators!!

September 18, 2011

Bay Area Derailleurs invite you to meet up with us tonight 7pm at Fell and Masonic in the Panhandle Park to discuss collaboration for an upcoming show.

We meet Thursdays and Sundays 7pm.

Drop us a line if you are interested! Or stop by the park and introduce yourself!

Temescal Street Fair Sunday July 10th

July 9, 2011

Derailleurs perform at 4:00pm sharp Sunday July 10th.

47th and Telegraph in Oakland.

Come rock out with your cog out.

Derailleurs Theme song performed at BAWP

May 19, 2011

Derailleurs perform Bike Away From Work Party May 12th

April 23, 2011

East Bay Bicycle Coalition’s Bike Away from Work Party
Submitted by Meg Bertoni

Come to the EBBC’s big celebration party the evening of Bike to Work Day! This year’s Bike Away from Work Party happens in Old Oakland, and features Cyclecide’s pedal-powered bike rides, the Big Tadoo Puppet Crew, The Fabulous Derailleurs, awards presentations, raffle prizes, Trumer Pils beer and Clif Bar Winery wines, as well as music from The Muddy Roses. Come out, and bring friends, and celebrate the close of another great Bike to Work Day in style.
Thu, 12 May at 5:30pm – at 8:30pm
The corner of Washington and 9th Streets

Bike Ballet Gets Boisterous in Bayview:

March 9, 2011

“The Derailleurs were a constant black and turquoise whirlwind, throughout their performance almost – always connected to their bikes like it was an extension of their own self.  When they weren’t on stage, the women were interspersed among the head-banging spectators, erasing the performer-audience barrier.”

How bicycling will save the economy (if we let it)

March 9, 2011

Ellie Blue wrote and awsome article on Biking and the Economy.

Check it out: