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Bike Party!

Yes, biking.  But no other training on a Friday night, so why not cross-train with[masked] others at the “San Jose Bike Party!”?

 

3rd Friday each month  http://www.sjbikeparty.org/ and    https://www.facebook.com/sjbikeparty it's a fun social ride that can be aggressive or laid back.  A (dis)organized Tour de Silicon Valley: a different theme announced far ahead of time, and a different route announced 24hrs before.

 

A flat ride 18-28 miles, with 2 stops in the middle (I’ve seen bike jousting, and gotten free hot dogs & condiments charcoal roasted on a small Webber a stranger strapped over his rear wheel).  A generally wholesome memorable ride of Americana (unlike SF’s Critical Mass, SJBP! cooperates with police/gov’t/traffic), seeing the streets & neighborhoods from a different vantage point, around others yelling “Bike Party!”, trussed up with a costume, or pulling a sofa with their bike.

 

Bring your bike, friends who are 8 to 88, snacks or a few $$ for food trucks at the breaks … and a wheeled sofa if you have one.

 

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  • Jose Manuel V.

    Are you meeting up somewhere prior to going to the bike party?

    May 16, 2014

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