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A Full Moon Outing


BicycleSPACE 2 Year Anniversary Celebration Bike to the Beach Ride and Party: A Full Moon Outing

Friday, August 31, 2012 at 8:00 PM (EDT)

1019 7th Street NW
Washington, 20001

Party Time!  It’s been two years since BicycleSPACE opened and we want to celebrate with you.  We are inviting everyone to join us for another Full Moon Outing as we ride through the city on a pleasant summer night .  After the ride, we are hosting an Anniversary Bash at the NY Ave Beach Bar located behind our shop.  This Blue Moon, we will Bike to the Beach!

Our ride should once again attract hundreds of people and we will seek out some of DC’s amazing sites.  For the second time this August, the moon will be full making it a blue moon.  Dress in blue colors to befit the occassion.  We will pass out glow sticks and flower necklaces to all those in attendance.

Admission to the party will be limited due to space constraints.  But, we will be excited to welcome 250 guests into the Beach Bar.  Complete with sand, tiki torches, and lounge chairs…this is the closest to the beach you can get on Labor Day Weekend without sitting in traffic!  Upon arrival, there will be secure bike parking.  You will drop off your bike, then show your ticket and get ready to cut loose.

The Beach Bar offers great drink specials and there will be a food truck on site.  We’re planning some great entertainment including games and music.  As well, we will take the opportunity to honor some of the many people who have been especially helpful in our first two years.  Lastly, you won’t want to miss the chance to win prizes including a brand new Linus bike!  Your admission price includes entry into our raffles.

We have had many successes in our early existence and look forward to many more special years here in DC.  Come toast the past, present, and future with BicycleSPACE!

Please register so we know how many people are coming and consider checking in on our facebook invite so that you can share with friends.

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