What’s Coming Up.

30 Dec

Here are some events coming up in the near future at Highroller

January:

Thursday 20th – Bike Maintenance Class:  Learn how to efficiently maintain your bike and do basic repairs. This class will focus on the how tos of flat changes, derailleur adjustment, headset adjustment, and answer any other maintenance related questions.

Sunday January 30 – White Rock 100: “The hardest day you will ever have on a bike” 100miles 10K ish feet of climbing 80% dirt roads. We are bringing back this classic ride after a couple of years. This is not and “organized” ride. You will need to be an experienced rider with the mental fortitude to suffer. We will have one opportunity on the ride to refuel with water and food. Cross bikes work the best, mountain bikes are also OK. Branton has done the whole route on a road bike, but does not recommend it.

February:

Sunday February 20th -Mini tour de ‘ville- A sampling of some of Fayetteville’s mountain biking trails. Our plan is to ride in one fell swoop several trails in the Fayetteville area. Starting early in the morning and finishing in the afternoon in order to have time to eat drink and be merry.

Dennis' trail

Dennis' Trail

Tuesday February 8th – Bike Maintenance  Class: Learn how to efficiently maintain your bike and do basic repairs. This class will focus on the how tos of flat changes, derailleur adjustment, headset adjustment, and answer any other maintenance related questions.

March:

Saturday March 19th -Board game social: We have uncovered and ancient cycling board game we will have a night of hanging out and pretending to ride.  We will also use this as a forum to relate the experiences of the riders who went to Rouge Roubaix the previous weekend.

Winning was never this easy.

April:

Friday April 1st -April Fools Day Dirt Road Night Ride:  a chill relaxing ride through some roads you may have never considered riding before. Lights required front and rear! Ride any type of bike you feel comfortable riding.

For More information on any of the events listed above contact the Highroller 479-442-9311 or www.highrollercyclery.com .

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