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|Bike Fed Milwaukee Winter Carnival, Feb. 1st|
|Published on January 14, 2013||Email To Friend Print Version
Whether you enjoy riding a mountain bike, riding for sport, or riding your bike as a safe and convenient form of transportation, the Wisconsin Bike Fed’s Winter Carnival will have cycling-related fun for everyone on February 1st at Ray’s Indoor Bike Park, 8365 North 76th Street, Milwaukee. Attendees will have the opportunity to ride mountain bikes indoor, try their luck at winning cool bike gear, and enjoy great food and drink. Come mingle and network with bicyclists from across the state and learn more about the Bike Fed’s plans to move Wisconsin bicycling forward in 2013 and beyond.
The Winter Carnival will be a fun, family-friendly celebration of our large and vibrant bicycle community. Ray’s Indoor Bike Park is the perfect venue to promote the diversity and joy of Wisconsin bicycling. Please join the Bike Fed for great food, fun and bicycle camaraderie!
Click here to register online now.
Individual adult admission to the Winter Bike Carnival is $25 ($35 at the door). Individual admission for children (under the age of 18 and accompanied by an adult) is $12 ($15 at the door). Carnival attendees will receive tickets valued at $10 ($5 for children) that can be used to purchase food, drink, merchandise, and participate in carnival games. Additional tickets will be available for purchase and can be won by participating in our fun carnival games.
Wisconsin Bike Fed Winter Carnival
Friday, February 1st, 2013
Noon – 5:00 p.m.: Open riding
5:30 – 9 p.m.: Food, drinks, carnival games and more.
Early online registration discount only $25 ($35 at door)
Invite your friends via the Facebook Event here.
Stay the night!
The Four Points Sheraton Hotel is just around the corner from Ray’s and is offering a special rate for out of town attendees. Simply follow this link for hotel information. Mention Ray’s Indoor Bike Park and you’ll get a fantastic room with a shuttle from the hotel to the event!
If you can’t make it down to Milwaukee for their event, but are interested in creating a winter carnival in your Wisconsin community, contact Jessica Ginster for assistance.