In the course of human events, whenever it becomes necessary to solve a fashion debate as old as time, we turn to you, trusty bike partiers, for help: what’s the most fashionable pattern to represent one’s team, nation, or self in the month of July? Stars? those little specs in the night sky that represent dreams and galaxies far away? or Stripes? Those alternating bars of color that represent the solid, predictable, stability of color that keeps us grounded, A zebra’s unique survival asset?
Bring out your stars, stripes, or if you’re unsure, both!, and prove to us which pattern shines best!
At the end of a rainbow lies a pot of gold.
Somewhere over a rainbow, bluebirds fly
That people come in all shapes and sizes, colors, and sexuality
but sometimes, in June, something so beautiful, it’s hard to deny:
Oh…. My….God….it’s a full on complete double rainbow all the way across the sky!
*WE’RE RETURNING TO SUMMER MODE:
*This month we return to TURN-MARSHALLING, where we STOP at Red Lights and Stop signs, and turn when you see turn marshal volunteers.
*No after-party destination! We’ll have two outdoor party stops, and end at the second one!
*Time: 7pm meet, 7:30pm Rollout!
*Location: Copley Sq
*Playlist Submissions (follow and add music you’d like to hear on the ride!):https://open.spotify.com/user/thehum/playlist/4lRJUwGlMCADQHiafD2YQe
Get ready for a night that blends the ultimate chemistry of bikes, music, and fun! We’ve calculated the formula for a stellar ride and we’re hypothesizing that you won’t need a microscope to see how much awesomeness will go down at the best party in this solar system!
Experiment with funky bow ties at your local thrift shop and toss on some safety goggles, too! Search all the rows of the Periodic Table for an element you can emulate! Dig through your wardrobe to unearth boots and cargo shorts for a field expedition (bonus points for dinosaur-themed socks). Discover a way to attach your fourth grade science fair volcano to a bike! Curl your hair to match Ms. Frizzle and invite some friends aboard our Magic School Bus. Predict that you’ll observe infinite galaxy-print leggings, and be sure to bring lights to shine bright like the stars!
This party will be off the Richter Scale so don’t get stuck in the computer lab: gravitate toward Copley around 7 pm. Our ride will be set in motion at 7:30 and, if Newton is correct, we’ll be rolling all night long!
This month, travel to the Southern Hemisphere and join Boston Bike Party on a March of the Penguins! This is the time to break out that tuxedo you’ve only worn once or huddle under all your black & white layers. Hatch up some cool & creative ideas, and don’t forget to add a bowtie! We’ll be pedaling our happy feet all across town!
Friday, March 11th, 2016
Waddle over to Copley Sq. at 7pm – we’re rolling out at 7:30pm!