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Bikes & Beer Event Saturday, April 26 (2-6 pm) at Flatiron Park

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The weather's right for busting out that bike and enjoying some beers on our patio, so we're taking full advantage! Head over to Upslope's Flatiron Park brewery from 2:00-6:00 pm on Saturday, April 26 for our Bikes & Beer event to benefit Community Cycles (we’re donating a $1 from every pint sold!) featuring our friends from Team Ten20Boulder Cycle Sport, and ButterBumper Crop food truck, recently voted Best Food Truck in Boulder Weekly’s Best of Boulder, will also be on site serving up their great grub!
  • Community Cycles will lead short tuning tutorials every hour between 2-6 pm
  • Team Ten20 will be around to answer questions and talk all things cycling
  • Boulder Cycle Sport will bring tubes and other equipment anyone may be interested in purchasing and will lend a hand with tune-ups
  • Butter will be showing off their small batch, finely crafted cycling goods
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Earth Day Bike Ride—With Swag!
Tuesday, April 22, 5 p.m.

Pedestrian Shops, Pearl St.

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Join Community Cycles for an Earth Day bike ride. Start at Pedestrian Shops and take a short group ride up the canyon. First 20 riders will get Patagonia Kleen Kanteen bottles and other Patagonia swag. Riders will goalt to the Bohemian Biergarten afterward (about 6:30 p.m.).
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VanDuzApalooZa

Thanks for all the support at VanDuzApalooZa! Special thanks to Ryan, UpSlope Brewery, Dawn, Dean, Carrie and all the great volunteers and everyone who attened!

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Bus to Show Party Bus

Bus to Show, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to reducing intoxicated driving by organizing eco-friendly, community-integrated and financially-accessible party bus transportation to concerts and other events.

Bus to Show is donating the proceeds for some of their events to benefit Community Cycles. Take a look at the list here: http://bustoshow.org/calendar/?table_filter=community_cycles

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October 19, 2013 - VeloSwap

Buy … Sell … Recycle! Subaru VeloSwap is the world’s largest consumer bicycling and sports expo that celebrates all things cycling.

Community Cycles will be on hand to pass out information and accept donations.

  • Date: Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013
  • Location: National Western Complex – [ map/directions ]
  • Time: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Cost: $8 at the door, $6 in advance
  • Parking: $10 payable to National Western as you enter
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Clips Beer & Film Festival - Rescheduled for Friday August 16th - Movies at 8:00!

 

Rescheduled
Clips Beer and Film Tour

Friday, August 16

4:30 p.m. at Millennium Harvest House

Free Admission

Due to some intense hail, we had to cancel our big finale to Walk and Bike Month, the Clips Beer and Film Tour. The good news is Community Cycles has rescheduled the event! Hamburgers, veggie burgers, brats, pizza and more will be available at the grill, and of course New Belgium craft beers will be on tap. Bring the family by to enjoy food and drinks at 4:30 p.m. and stick around for free movies on the lawn at 8 p.m. Bring blankets for the movie and your I.D. if you plan to enjoy delicious beer from New Belgium and other breweries!
You can purchase raffle tickets for $5 each for the chance to win a New Belgium cruiser bike! We will announce winners during film intermission.

Win This Bike!

Please note: Tokens from the canceled event will not be honored on Aug. 16. But hang on to any $1.25 tokens you have, because they will be worth $5 at the Tour de Fat on Saturday, Aug.  31, in Fort Collins and on Saturday, Sept. 7, in Denver.

A portion of proceeds will benefit Community Cycles

High five to those who ride!

For more information, call 720-565-6019.
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