Thursday, September 19, 2013

Fifth Anniversary Ride Is Nigh! RSVP today!

Poster by Stevie VanBronkhorst
In order to join the ride, you must know where riders will congregate. To learn this valuable information, send a missive with your email and expected number of riders via the grievance form to your right. Then hold on to your pants. Hold them tight.

Here is the official press release:

Sept. 19, 2013

Fifth Anniversary Ride Fetes Night Riders Union 

To mark the fifth anniversary of the first night ride and to induct new members, the Night Riders Union of Seattle will host a ride Saturday, Sept. 28 at 9 p.m.

To RSVP, go to the official union website and send a note using the union grievance form on the right. You will be mailed a map to the location, easily accessibly by bicycle, but also by car, if that is your predilection. Ample parking will be available.

The ride is open to any and all comers and will clock in at 20-25 miles, the minimum mileage to make it an official night ride, thus automatically inducting all riders into the union.

"It's an exciting opportunity for veteran riders to reflect on the union's heritage, and and an even more exciting opportunity for new members to join up," said union President Q. "I'm looking forward to some fellowshipping. And hash. There's probably going to be hash there. If that's not an exciting opportunity, then slap my ass."

The designated route will be easy, the pace will be leisurely, and there will be just one moderate hill. The route will follow the original path taken by Handsome Jack and Secretary Bobby Gentle in September, 2008. For experienced night riders, expect to go slow. For new riders, expect sore butts and rubber band legs the next day.

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