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Get a report of what we’ve been up to all year and get some skin in the game at the annual voting and committee assignment meeting at 5 p.m. Nov. 3 at Boulders on Broadway. RSVP on our Facebook event here.
Since the TBAG board has seen a serious change of members, there has been a lot going on! Make the choice to lead or join one of our fine committees concentrating on a multitude of different areas.
While you’re at it, grab a snack and a beer on us, plus snag some sweet beer specials!
- Where: Boulders on Broadway
- When: Sunday, Nov. 3, 5 p.m.
- Why: Become a bike activist star and spokesman.
RSVP at https://www.facebook.com/events/570784782968777/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
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How do you prepare for the best bike event around? You prefunk all week! This year’s Tempe Tour de Fat (Oct. 5) is preceded by rides, beer and bikes galore!
Tour de Fat Week – an event every night!
Tue Oct 1 - Backyard Games and Clips of Faith Films Viewing – The Yard – 7pm-9pm: https://www.facebook.com/events/458811547550142/
Wed Oct 2 - New Belgium Tap Takeover – Boulders on Broadway – 6pm-9pm: https://www.facebook.com/events/505208392890083/
Thurs Oct 3 - Tempe – 80′s workout ride and bike giveaway – Meet 6:30 p.m. @ Tavern on Mill
Let’s get physical! This time around, strap on your spandex attire for the final warmup ride before Tempe Tour de Fat. Stretch out on your bike starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Tavern on Mill, then get some cardio at 7pm when you cruise to Gringo Star, Taste of Tops, and- for the final stretch- dig deeper to get to Casey Moore’s for the chance to win a 2013 New Belgium Cruiser!
RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/213861452110223/
Fri Oct 4 - Handlebar Tempe – Meet the Carnies – 7pm-9pm: https://www.facebook.com/events/328475800632658/
TEMPE TOUR DE FAT! SAT OCT 5th – 11am-5pm
And the main event! Tempe Tour de Fat! RSVP here and invite all of your friends: https://www.facebook.com/events/170669189752637/ 100% of the proceeds from the Tempe Tour de Fat go to local bicycling non-profits like: Tempe Bicycle Action Group, Bike Saviours, and The Mountain Bike Association of Arizona (MBAA) But we can’t do it without our great volunteers. If you’d like to help this year, sign up here: http://www.biketempe.org/events/tour-de-fat/
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Science is all around you. There is geology underfoot, biology scratching at your door, energy and water being piped and transmitted right into your house. Join local experts on rambling bike rides around your city to investigate some the most interesting scientific field sites we can find. Every other Sunday, starting at 2 pm, we’ll head out into the wilderness (or the urban jungle) on a slow-paced, family-friendly ride. Meet at the Bike Cellar in the Tempe Transit Center light rail station, and expect to spend a few hours out and about.
The Fall schedule will be kept current on the TBAG calendar, and the line-up is:
October 20th: Geology
November 3: Herpetology
November 17: Energy
December 1: Water
December 15: Anthropology
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It’s the day after, and you’ve still got your bike. In the midst of the aftermath, the survivors are meeting on Saturday, September 14 to celebrate and help out those who need some love. In September we’re not just riding, we’re reaching out to our local community by sharing what we’ve got. All goods donated will be handed off to Tempe Community Action Agency, which assists those in need, locally. It’s your social ride with conscience. Some ideas for donation follow.
Sport bras for women
Diapers (sizes 0-4)
Grocery store gift cards
Gas gift cards
Feminine hygiene products
DATE Saturday, September 14, 2013
TIME 7:30 p.m.
PLACE Tempe Beach Park entrance on
Rio Salado Parkway and Mill Avenue
COST Free (as always)
ATTIRE Post apocalyptic
ROUTE To be announced
Bring drinking water.
Remember this is a social ride, you’re encouraged to leave your anti-social skills at home.
Pay as you go and try to avoid tabs because it leads to departure issues.
Cash is easier than plastic.
Police yourself and not others.
Ride safely, you’re riding at your own risk.
We are warriors and we ride rain or shine, depart at 7:45 p.m. and post to the events page along the way, so be sure you’ve joined the event for alerts and photos of our pedal powered zaniness.
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Beers, bikes, giveaways — and philanthropy? We’re in – and you should be too.
Join TBAG friends who are hosting the Cruiser Bicycle Ride & Bike Giveaway Saturday Sept. 14 at Spokes on Southern. On the ride, you’ll get a chance to win andy giveaways! Donated funds (suggested donation is $5) will go to local charities and firefighter funds. RSVP at: https://www.facebook.com/events/332316450233822/
- Ride departs at 12:00 Noon Sept. 14
- Meet at Spokes on Southern (1470 E Southern Ave., Tempe)
- Cost: Suggested donation of $5.00
- The Route: 1. Spokes on Southern 2. Monkey Pants Bar & Grille 3. Boulders on Broadway 4. Native New Yorker 5. Spokes on Southern (END – BIKE GIVEAWAY!)
- Total Distance: 6 miles roundtrip
For extra fun: bring your squirt guns and water toys. The hosts will have at least one water balloon battle staged along the route!
For more details, visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/332316450233822/
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Volunteer sign up is now open for the 2013 Tour de Fat! Get your team registered early for the best assignments.
The annual New Belgium Tour de Fat is on Saturday, October 5th this year. As a volunteer last year you know that the event is run by volunteers and all proceeds go directly to the Tempe Bicycle Action Group, Bike Saviours Bicycle Collective, the Mountain Bike Association of Arizona, and the Central Arizona Mountain Bike Patrol and others.
To sign up you and your team to volunteer, go to http://www.biketempe.org/events/tour-de-fat or click here.
Volunteers are an indispensable part of the success of Tour de Fat; they make sure everyone has a great time sharing their love of bicycles, beer and brotherhood. Thanks for being eager to stay informed, and we hope to see you there!
The event in Tempe is one of the largest on New Belgium’s tour. We drew over 10,000 people last year, and we need about 400 volunteers to ensure that the event goes smoothly. As a volunteer you’ll get 2 free beer tokens & a volunteer t-shirt. Plus, it will be fun – so sign up now!
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Sunday Sept. 1 will kick off the SanTan Brewery’s annual Old Town Labor Day Bathing Suit Brews Cruise. Grab your beach cruisers, tricycles or 10 speeds! Don your best bathing suit, scuba gear or speedos and let the fun begin! The adventure begins at Grimaldis in Old Town at 3:00pm with Pizza and beer. Led by your favorite TBAG escorts, the ride leaves Grimaldi’s at 4:15p in Old Town Scottsdale and goes to Zipp’s on Camelback From there it’s off to The brat haus and then the finale…A pool party at Spanish Fly Mexican Beach Clubl! No school the next day so no excuses!
COST: $25 ticket includes:
- Slice of Pizza and SanTan beer at Grimaldis
- 3:00pm ARRIVE ; 4:15pm LEAVE
- SanTan beer at Zipps on Camelback
- SanTan beer at The Brat Haus
- SanTan beer and pool party at Spanish Fly Mexican Beach Club
RSVP at https://www.facebook.com/events/430561020391948/
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Grab your bike and your fishnets – Tour de Fat is coming to Tempe Oct. 5. But first – grab your friends and get ready to volunteer in the biggest bike event in town!
Volunteer to help us out in a couple ways:
1. Enjoy the Tour de Fat as it’s meant to be- with your friends! Volunteers can sign up as a group and work together during a specific shift. Whether you want to work with a specific group, during a specific time period, or in a particular position, be one of the first to register! Sign up to be the first to know when volunteer registration opens by going to http://www.biketempe.org/events/tour-de-fat or click here. Registration will begin soon.
As the lifeblood of this event, volunteers earn a free Tour de Fat t-shirt and two beer tokens.
2. Live or frequent anywhere in Arizona? Help us spread the word about the biggest party in town by volunteering to invite EVERYONE. Hand out flyers, put up posters and you could be in line for incentives and/or prizes through a system called StreetShimon. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested!
Background: The Tempe Tour de Fat is the biggest bike party in the southwest. 100% of the proceeds go to local non-profit groups: TBAG, Bike Saviours, and Mountain Bike Association of Arizona. This years party is on Saturday October 5th at Tempe Beach Park. We need your help to make this party another spread the bike love and help us raise more money for biking in the valley.
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It may be hot – but it ain’t summer without the annual summer solstice ride!
SanTan Brewing Company has donated a bunch of their beer in cans for the ride! Thank you, SanTan!
We’re putting together a fun-filled cruise through Tempe, with stops to jump in all the fountains and water features we can find, not to mention a couple of pools, sprinklers and — oh, yes — another epic water-balloon fight toward the end. So mark your calendars and let us know if you can help!
Meet up at Tempe Beach Park 2 p.m. on June 29 on the corner of Rio Salado Parkway and Mill Avenue with your suit on and your waders in tow. Let’s show this town what summer’s all about.
Want a little sneak peek? Check out a photo album from last year’s ride.
-Props to Mohawk Photography
What: Summer Solstice Ride IV
When: Saturday June 29th 2pm
Where: Tempe Beach Park
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Join a national movement that promotes literacy and bicycles!
Ride for Reading, a nonprofit that delivers books to schools via bicycles, is coming to Tempe on Friday May 10th. Gather at 9 a.m. at Pivot Cycles (1807 West Drake Drive) in south Tempe and deliver books by bike to Frank School in Guadalupe (8409 S. Avenida del Yaqu). It’s a mile ride that could mean a world of difference for a local school.
We need your pedaling power and your book-lugging abilities for this labor of love; backpacks, baskets, trailers or cargo bikes will be instrumental as we haul books to kids who need them.
Join your friends from TBAG, MBAA and the Tempe Police Department Bike Squad to support this great cause: Sign Up Here
About Ride For Reading: Ride For Reading’s mission is to promote literacy and healthy living through the distribution of books via bicycle to children from low-income neighborhoods. In low-income neighborhoods, the ratio of books per child is 1 age-appropriate book for every 300 children. *Reading is an integral part of education, and without books it is hard to build a strong academic base. Our children need materials to read at home and it is our goal to provide the means. Fore more, visit rideforreading.com.
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