We’re going to pour one out (aka, ride one out) for the homies that aren’t with us no more. 2016 has been, er, a challenge to say the least. And we’ve lost a lot of great people. Honor your favorite by dressing up yourself or your bike in remembrance of their achievements, their verve, their greatness.
On Friday, Dec. 30, we’ll gather at St. Mary’s Park, come at 6:30, ride at 7 p.m. We’ll wrap up at De Kleine Duivel, a Belgian bar/restaurant in Hampden, yum.
Here’s what you need to know:
1. Here’s the route
2. Cue sheet
3. Meet as usual at 6:30 at St Mary’s Park in Seton Hill and roll out at7pm SHARP. Every month Seton Hill Community Association provides bathrooms for us in the building in the park.
4. This month we’ll end at De Kleine Dulvel in Hampden for dancing, drinks, the photobooth, and food!
5. You must bring your ID in order to get into De Kleine Dulvel – under 21ers are allowed, but still need to bring an ID. Volunteers will be giving out wristbands at the ride and at the bar.
6. Lock up your bike in the alley north of the bar. Lock it to itself or to a friend’s, but please do not lock to the American Legion fence.
7. Parked out front for your eating convenience is a TBD food truck. Food is allowed inside De Kleine, but drinks are not allowed outside.
8. Photobooth: Side A Photography will be snapping your pics as usual!
9. We will be riding under WEST COAST RULES, stopping at red lights. What does that mean? Read THIS please!
10. Click these links to check out what you need to bring
11. and how to lock up
Come party like it’s (barely still) 2016!
Ride, Respect, Revelry,
Baltimore Bike Party
P.S. Bonus points for someone who finds us a Bike Party friendly version of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.” Not too fast, not too slow, but juuuuust right.