Yep, coming back for year 4 of Charlotte’s OPEN Streets 704. We’ll be bringing some new features from our traveling #RadLittleRodeo. Here’s a peek from last year, honored to all those that stopped by and had fun.
Those interested in more of what OPEN Streets 704 is all about, here’s a little ditty from last April’s awesomeness.
Stoked for year 3, bringing our #RadLittleRodeo to the folks of Town of Davidson, NC — Town Hall & Cornelius, North Carolina for their annual BIKE Expo & Community Ride. There will be games, bike friends, bike vendors and community vendors alike.
Hearing a Community Family & Friends bike ride is scheduled at 0900hrs first, long the area green-ways. So, come early to gear up & ride a party pace with folks, then return for the fun!
We’ll be on hand with new features that are “Dad tested & Kid approved” a controlled course led by us, but monitored by YOU the parent as we request you remain on scene as your kid gets #RAD! Free swag to all the kids who rock out….parents, well maybe if you ask nice…
**Parents must sign waiver & helmets MUST be worn at all times while in our course.
***We will have a few bikes from our pals at Prevelo Bikes and helmets on hand for those that were to sleepy to bring theirs!
Here’s a mini-peek from last year,
Stoked to be bringing our Rad Little Rodeo to the families at the 2019 Victory Ride in honor of Jimmy “V”. We’ll be set up in a corridor of N.C. State University Centennial Campus with our mobile bicycle safety and skills course for all ages. All features are “Dad tested & Kid approved”, obstacles such as custom teeter-totters, ramps, roller’s, bridges, bubble tunnel and more. We’ll have a few kids bikes provided by our sponsor, PREVELO Bikes as well as a few helmets. However, we encourage you to bring what’s comfortable for you and your riding. Helmets always will required while on the course. Parents are encouraged to both relax and cheer them on, allowing the kids to conquer the course with or without assistance from out crew.
We’ll have free swag on hand for those curious or those that conquer the course. Parents are allowed to ride portions of the course, as we said, “Dad tested & Kid” approved! Donations will be accepted as we’re operating solely by donations to cover this adventure and more.
Exactly what is the Victory Ride?
May 18, 2019: The Victory Ride to Cure Cancer presented by Braswell Family Farms is a one-day charity cycling event set in the beautiful rolling hills of the greater Raleigh, N.C., area. The Ride will start and end on NC State University’s Centennial Campus, near downtown Raleigh.
The 2019 Victory Ride is your opportunity to be part of something big. Join us as we go the distance in the fight against cancer, united in making a difference. 100% of rider-raised funds benefits cancer research.
The V Foundation funds research at world-class facilities where critical discoveries about cancer are made. When you raise funds for the Victory Ride, the majority of proceeds will be awarded in North Carolina
**Friendly disclaimer not our overall event, consider it a festival so to speak. However, though super stoked to be partnering with Cabarrus Partnership for Children & the SAFE Kids Cabarrus Group for their SCHOOL’s OUT event!**
Join us for an early summer break celebration that the whole family can enjoy!
Cabarrus Partnership for Children, Safe Kids Cabarrus, and Hilbish Ford are bringing families together for a day full of fun and learning at their first ever School’s Out Bash on June 8th. We will have a bunch of activities happening throughout the event, including:
– Hot dogs, drinks, snow cones & cotton candy!
– Zucchini race – Make & race your own zucchini race-car!
– Kickball tournaments
– SWAT and K-9 Unit demonstrations
– Glitter stamps
– Car seat checks
– Bike rodeo & summer time safety tips
– And much more!
– $5 per person/$15 for a family of 4+
– Free for children under 2 years old
*All proceeds benefit the Cabarrus Partnership for Children, which provides early education, health and family services to families of children ages 0-5 years old in Cabarrus County.