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The Bike Rider's Ball - Apr. 25-27 2008, Victoria BC

The 2008 Bike Prom Committee Proudly Presents...

The Bike Rider's Ball!
A Weekend of Two-Wheeled Fun
April 25-27, 2008
Victoria, BC

Schedule of Events:

*** FRIDAY, APRIL 25 ***

Bike Race
Meet at Centennial Square, 7pm

Bike Art Show
The Project (614.5 Fisgard), 8pm-Late... Films @ 10 pm!

*** SATURDAY, APRIL 26 ***

Bike Polo and Games
Topaz Park, 10am-5pm

Yoga For Cyclists
Topaz Park, 2pm-3pm

The Prom Ride
... Dress in your finest!
Centennial Square, 7pm

The Bike Prom
... Where your bike is your date!
JBAA Clubhouse - 205 Simcoe Street
Doors @ 9, Performances @ 10
Dancing until the wee hours
Sorry, this is a 19+ event.
$5 adv/$7 @ door


*** SUNDAY, APRIL 27 ***

Pancake Breakfast and more bike games
Recyclistas Community Bike Shop (25 Crease Avenue), 11am-onwards


Coming from out of town?
Need tickets put aside for you?
Need billeting?
Need to borrow a bike?
Email us!

The Bike Rider's Ball is an annual weekend of two-wheeled fun, taking place in Victoria, British Columbia. We are a community of devoted cyclists who share our love of bikes by throwing an annual celebratory weekend... The BIKE RIDER'S BALL! We want to spread the word that riding a bicycle is a fulfilling way of making life more enjoyable.

The 2008 BRB will be taking place April 25-27. Scheduled events include an art show and film screening, a bike race, a group ride, bike polo and other games, yoga for cyclists, a pancake breakfast, and of course... The Bike Prom: Where your bike is your date!

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