SF Bike Party

From SFBP:

Our theme is Steampunk for our next ride, August 5, 2011 at 7:30pm.

Have you ever thought about what you would wear to a party where Sherlock Holmes, Capt Nemo, Pris, and Miette were the guest of honor? Well you’re in luck with our August’s Steampunk themed Bike Party. Not sure how to rock the Steampunk look? Check out our Lookbook where we help you brainstorm costume ideas so you can rock this month’s theme

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