If you were around for Slaughterama 7 then you were probably also at The Byrd. Bike Smut, led by Rev. Phil from PDX, is coming through Richmond on 10/28/2012.
Group ride to theater: 7pm Lamplighter
Don’t forget to check out pics from last year.
Top secret deejay guest appearance(s).
You know what to do.
August 25th 10AM to 2PM in the Commons Plaza! Spoke cards and other bicycle giveaways to be had.
Afterward, RideRichmond’s Cycling Symposium will take place at 2:30PM in the Commons Theatre.
Come hang out with us!
The movie being screened is Road to Roubaix:
Cost is $10 and it all kicks off with a ride at 4pm. Here’s the schedule:
Our good friends, Richmond Cycling Corps, need YOUR help. All it takes is a simple text message, once a day.
Craig Dodson fills us in with the details:
We’re sitting 59th right now in voting for Pepsi Refresh– we need to be top 15!! Please text: 106759 to 73774 to vote for RCC!
Check out their Pepsi Refresh Page here. RCC is competing for a $25,000 grant.
In case you didn’t know, RCC helps inner city youth in Richmond by providing and empowering them with leadership training, all through cycling and riding their bikes!
Help them help the community and text today!
Sunday the 17th, Holly Street Park, it was warm and sunny with hardly a cloud in the sky. 37 racers cast dice to determine which way they’d start, and from there they made their way to 6 out of 12 possible locations to journey through, all stops being true to the nature of CYOA novels.
The following photographs are courtesy Chelsea Wendell:
All said and done, we raised $675 and change between CYOR and The Safety Dance for Richmond Bike Polo.
Thanks to everyone for coming out!
What better way to kick off the end of Bike Week than with a Dance Party at Cellar Door?
Many thanks to all the DJs who performed: Shmohawxx, Support HOZ, Futch Cassidy, and Phil. (ROTA, pictured above)
Jedi Mike spearheading the raffle, props to the guy who won the Velocity Rim hula-hoop contest.
Congratulations and thank you to all who joined us! Ride with lights!
The Saddle Sores had a blast at the Cutthroat’s ‘Not-a-Rama’ scavenger hunt. Mike, Gene, Malcolm, Alan, Kieffer, and Becca all were able to compete this time around. We were also fortunate enough to have Sarah from Seagull Bags (Columbus, Ohio) and Matt Siegel (a local hero) on our team. We spent the greater part of the day racing around the city and looking for items on the manifest. We ended up taking second place thanks to Joelle’s lightning-fast hands. (1st went to our friends in ROTA – Congrats, guys!) and a big thank you to Cutthroats Bicycle Club always holding it down in Richmond! Here are some pics:
http://rvamag.com/videos/clip/11327/not-a-rama – Check out RVA Mag’s video coverage of the event!
Saddle Sores Bicycle Club is hosting a chill ride from the VCU Compass tonight at 10pm.
Be there! All inclusive!
Don’t forget your front headlight (for night riding)!