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Bike Parties around the world.

Written on October 3, 2014 at 10:31 AM, by

It started here in San Jose and spread around the world. Check out the growing list of Bike Parties worldwide. Click on map markers for pictures, videos, and more information. We will be adding more info, pictures, and video soon.

Travelling to a bike party city? Well now you know.

Test Ride Schedule for Aliens vs. Monsters

Written on October 2, 2014 at 10:13 AM, by

Test ride planningNew Ride Added! Test Ride 2.5 leaving from Seven Trees Community Center! See calendar.

Also please note the time change on Sunday for Test Ride #2 to 6 pm

Come out to one of our three test rides this month. We’ve got two evening and one afternoon ride scheduled. One ride will start at Berryessa and Capitol, the second ride starts at the Campbell Water Tower.

We’ve also got one SLOW Ride planned (Test Ride #2) for newbies and those that just want to cruise.

Don’t forget to check our calendar for all the ride and date info.

Bollywood Bike Party continues “Sister City Rides” tradition

Written on September 30, 2014 at 10:48 AM, by

bbpThanks to all those that showed up last Sunday for our Bollywood Bike Party. This was our first annual ride following on the heals of our successful Ride with the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Ireland. The ride was in conjunction with the City of San Jose’s Bollywood week which finished with a sold at “SLAM Tour” show at the SAP Center. The city had asked San Jose Bike Party to host a ride feature our world famous music bikes with a playlist full of Bollywood music and dance favorites.

We had a ride announcement appear in Sal Pizarro’s Mercury News column, along with a full article written by the Mercury New’s Joe Rodriquez, which was picked up by other newspapers as well.

We had a lot of request to post the playlist. Stay tuned. We plan to post the Bollywood playlist soon.

Special thanks to the super helpful folks over at the city’s Office of Economic Development led by Kim Walesh. We also had tremendous help from Joe Hedges and Tina Kapoor also with the OED. Here’s to the first annual ride and many more to come.

Also we are planning to ride in the near future with the Mayor of our newest sister city of Guadalajara, Mexico, the Honorable Ramiro Hernández García.

Kim Walesh and Tina Kapoor

Kim Walesh and Tina Kapoor with the Office of Economic Development, City of San Jose.

Photos: Tina Kapoor

SJBP Volunteer meeting to plan our Anniversary Ride

Written on September 22, 2014 at 8:05 PM, by

Volunteer Bird MeetingThis is always a fun ride and we we want, no we need your input and ideas for this ride. If you have ideas for an October Route, bring ‘em.

We’ll be meeting at the San Jose City Hall Rotunda at 7:00 PM this Thursday, September 25, 2014.

Bring you ideas. Remember the world is run by those who show up. Let’s do this.

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