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Springfield Brew Co: 2020 Moonlight Bike Ride – for the Fairbanks Bike Shop

September 5 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CDT

2020 Moonlight Bike Ride – for the Fairbanks Bike Shop

No pre-registration, just bring a cash donation for the Community Bike Shop at the Fairbanks, when you sign the ride waiver before the start. (The SBC’s Community Bike Shop at the Fairbanks offers very affordable used bikes for sale and bike repair services to the neighborhoods of north Springfield.)

First 7 mile FAMILY FRIENDLY LOOP (ridewithgps.com/routes/22757976).

Followed by a 14 mile PARTY loop (ridewithgps.com/routes/22758489) that will include stops at establishments that sell adult beverages! Beware – do not ride this loop with young kids if you don’t want to end up in a pub with them :). )

Meet/start/register at the Springfield Art Museum. goo.gl/snZzwH

The biggest, brightest, loudest, raddest night time bike party ride in the history of the WORLD!!! (at least in our little part of the world in SW MO) with the Keith Donaldson Jambulance.

Decorate your bike, light it up…dress yourself up! Costumes are awesome.

Lawyer Caveats: Ride at your OWN risk. We will ride in a group, no rider left behind. We will stop in parking lots after each major intersection to regroup. No police escorts. Your safety is NOT guaranteed, nor is it implied. Please be smart, wear a helmet also use both rear blinky tail light, and a headlight/headlamp. Please don’t ride under the influence. And please have a plan to get home and a back up plan – there is no sag/support.

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Details

Date:
September 5
Time:
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CDT
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.facebook.com/events/593587481297124/

Venue

Springfield Art Museum
1111 E Brookside Dr
Springfield, MO 65807 United States
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Phone:
(417) 837-5700
Website:
http://www.sgfmuseum.org/