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June’s T-Shirt Offer Ends this
Love the bike party community?
Well then. Show them your part of the show.
All new designs. We’ve been working with Sulaiman at Spectrum Apparel to come up with the Double Logo T- Shirt and Hoodie. This is the FIRST TIME both the Official SJBP logo and Spectrum’s famous slanted SJBP logo appear on the SAME GARMENT.
Place an order and have it shipped to you or pick it up at June’s Bike Party; Reggae on Two Wheels.
Order now. Pick up at the next Bike Party. June 19, 20015
Come with us as we ride through the Galaxy.
Bring your starship to Downtown San Jose and join us.
This month we head to north, south, and west though the streets of San Jose. We’ll meet at 7:30 pm in the Plaza de Cesar Chavez. Wheels hit the street at 8 pm. We’ll finish the ride at San Jose State University. Since parking is limited downtown (and since this is a bike event) please ride to the start. Check out one of three “pre-rides” leaving from outlying locations (see below).
Feeder Rides to the ride start
Hop on down as we ride around town.
This month we head to north San Jose, so get your bunny ears ready and come help us celebrate spring. We’ll be meeting at St. James Park so we encourage you to ride to the start using one of the feeder rides (check below).
Also check out Team Green Ninja from San Jose State University. They are riding Friday night to train for an upcoming climate ride and to also help raise money for the ride. Please support this great team on the ride or here at IndieGoGo.
All your favorite food trucks, beats, and of course bikes.
Ronnie T. always ready to ride.
Heads up. For all of you planning to join us for the Bike the Limit (BTL2015) Test Rides or the actual ride. These rides are physically challenging so Ronnie Twist has put together some excellent guidelines to ensure a great ride.
“Hey there peoples, with this ride rapidly approaching I wanted to set out some guidelines and tips for all those attending.
1) Nutrition: This is one of the biggest factors in long rides. In the days leading up to the ride try increasing your amount of carbohydrates more so than proteins. Carbohydrates get stored as glycogen in the muscles and liver and are your body’s primary source of fuel before slowing down and turning to converting fat for energy. Some of the best carbs for this purpose include pasta, rice (wild>brown>white), potatoes and whole grains. Remember to hydrate plenty before, during, and after the ride. While riding, always remember to eat before you’re hungry and drink before you’re thirsty. Check out this link for further info:http://www.runnersworld.com/nutrition-runners/fill-er