Thursday, May 17, 2007

Upcoming Events

Friday May 18th, Simon Sendoff Kickball and Biker BeerBQ
-There will be BBQing
-There will be California Kickball
-There will be boozin' up (sorry cats, BYO - I'll need that dough to impress the spanish ladies or eat or something like that)
Trout Lake Park (specific location TBA)
When: Friday, May 18th lets say 6:30 to start, yo.

Friday, May 18th, Ladies Ride.
Meet at 7:30 at the Science World Gazeeb . Roll out around 8:15. Fixies not mandatory, but if you have one, bring it!

Saturday, May 19th, Summer Series: Probably a Bad Idea
Meet at the end of Dunleavy st at 3:00pm for registration and the slow/practice lap and race instructions will be at 3:40pm.
The race will start @ 4pm sharp.
Entry fee is $3
Some basic rules:
- The number of laps is equivalent to the number of racers minus one (a the last placed rider is eliminated each lap until one remains)
- If you lap the field (or come within 50m of the trailing group of > 5 or more riders) you will be considered in last place (ie you do not pick up a lap). This is measured as of the start/finish line.
- There will be some course officials so especially rough riding will be penalised with disqualification
- Helmets are mandatory (and real helmets only)
- Fixed gear only

June 8th MC3 Performance Ride
Science World Gazebo, 6pm, Friday June 8th.
This is going to be crazy

June 17th, Vancouvers 6th Annual Vintage Bicycle Show and Swap Meet
Sunday June 17th - 9:30 to 3:30. Put this on your Calender ! This is a great event held each year at the Cambrian Hall at 215 E. 17th off of Main St. in East Vancouver. Many unique vintage and antique bicycles and parts on display and for sale. Find that special bicycle project or missing part! Balloon tire, road, track , Muscle/ banana bikes and vintage BMX. No newer stuff. This years event will also feature vintage skateboards. $2 Admission. Vendor space available too for $25.00 but space is limited. For more info: Dave 604-779-7170. Hope to see you all there! Great place to meet like minded riders and people restoring old bikes.

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