Blinking Man: Rave Ride - Bike/Pub Crawl

BRING: Photo ID. Cash for drinks and food trucks. Bicycle decorated with lights and what the quick-service food industry might call "flair".  Costumes highly encouraged!

Burning Man meets Critical Mass -

Map will be published on their Facebook before the event, showing the bike route and bar stops.  There will be live DJ's.

Once we're down there, I'll comment on this page where to find me, so we might gather up the Meetup folks, otherwise use this as a chance to make a whole new set of friends in-situ.  Look for a bumble bee ballerina on a lynx fur bike all wound up with christmas lights.  ;-D

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  • John M.

    I'll be at the Syn Shop hackerspace downtown from 3 to the start of the ride if anyone wanted to come check it out and possibly get some help.

    October 18, 2013

  • Cynthia D.

    They've updated the Facebook page with Terms of Use -- please read it to understand your liabilities (including, for example, you CAN get a DUI while drunk on a bicycle. Fun facts!)

    October 17, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    What's the best way for a non-bicyclist to enjoy this?

    October 8, 2013

    • Cynthia D.

      The last one in April was "bikes required", but this flyer doesn't state that. In fact, the pub crawl is all public bars and streets ... so I don't see why you couldn't walk the same area like coming to see a parade? Costumes and neon or LED lights on your own body would be needed for the full effect.

      The common phrase "No spectators" simply means you should PARTICIPATE, not just watch from the outside. They might have an area sectioned off for the stage that is bikes only, but in the right outfit, I'm sure it wouldn't be too hard to blend on through. ;-)

      The map isn't published yet, but this is linked with the people at Downtown Project, so you can almost guarantee it will focus around East Fremont (I'm taking bets on the El Cortez Jackie Plaza since there will be food trucks, and that's where they usually fence off to party.)

      October 8, 2013

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