Marin County Bike Coalition Bikers’ Ball and Casino Night


MCBC’s Bikers Ball returns again this year to in Tiburon.

The theme of this year’s party is Casino Night: come spin the wheel for bicycle advocacy! We’ll be offering something for everyone: roulette, craps, blackjack, and poker. We will be serving beer, wine, mixed and soft drinks, and appetizers at Casino Night.

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Some of our favorite casino prizes include a Western Spiritcycling trip for two, and a 2012 Specialized Tarmac Elite Road Bike donated by Mike’s Bikes (pictured below). We’ll also have a silent auction which will feature several big ticket items that you’ll want to come and bid on, including original “Beecycles” artwork by Matt Lively and a personalized Oregon Private Trip for two worth $3,700 from LifeCycle Adventures, Capo cycling gear from Studio Velo, and an in-home gourmet dining experience just to name a few.

More items rolling in every day!More details on the auction and activities will follow; keep an eye on your Weekly Bulletins, the MCBC website, and our emails for more information.


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