Chicago's TENTH World Naked Bike Ride is
Saturday June 8th 2013 - Gather 6pm, Ride 8pm.
Join the emailing list for details at ChicagoNakedRide.org
WNBR-C is a fun and conspicuous event celebrating the end of the oil era and promoting positive body image. The ride's atmosphere is extremely joyful and transcendently fun. Bicycles constitute the best solution to reducing America's petroleum addiction and improving public health. This event is global with dozens of cities participating world-wide and Chicago among the top turnouts.
This is a bare-as-you-dare event with outfits ranging from body paint to fanciful costumes to beach-wear. Chicago's past years rallied hundreds of cyclists and skaters covering over a dozen miles of high visibility city tourism and recreation areas.
For more info on where to be, how to behave and how to prepare, visit ChicagoNakedRide.org
Thanx! * firstname.lastname@example.org * 773-336-2778
Soliciting new members! You get to be on a 501.c3 board, meet every few months often at a bar, network about Chicago bicycling, and sometimes give away money.
Interested? Join us on May 30th:
Update: A million thanks to all the volunteers who came out to support this event, which grew by 63% over last year's ride!
We are thrilled to announce that year's Urban Assault Ride, sponsored by New Belgium Brewing, will benefit Break the Gridlock, The Chainlink and West Town Bikes. Our task is to recruit volunteers for jobs such as beer security at Murphy's Bleachers and helping (and cheering) at checkpoints.
Sign up here: http://urbanassaultride.com/chicago/volunteer/npo
(NOT the link you see from the main Urban Assault page.)
Volunteers will receive a t-shirt, food, drinks, and beer (21 and older). As an added incentive, our friends at the Active Transportation Alliance are offering Urban Assault volunteers a discount for Bike the Drive, which is the following weekend. Enter GRIDLOCK5 for online registration at www.bikethedrive.org
Please consider volunteering for this fun event. Your time helps support local causes that promote biking and reduce car dependency.
Why do 86-year-olds drive? Because most of their life in America has been tied to automobile dependency.
This mother's editorial in the Chicago Tribune reminds me of another reason to support funding for public transportation. As the Baby Boomer generation ages, I fear we may see more preventable tragedies on our roadways.
Join cycling friends this Sunday Feb 20th for a whimsical bike activism outing to "shutdown" the Chicago autoshow. Starts in Daley Plaza (50 W Washington, under the Picasso) after noon, then a short social ride reaching McCormick Place (2301 S King Dr) by 1pm. There we'll spread joy and inspiration about low-car living with costumes, cheers, conversations, free advice and demos. We'll be flyering for the next Saturday's Cycle Swap in Pulaski Park, where consumers can "tradeup" from their cars to bikes. Promises photos and fun, and warm drinx somewhere after 3pm. Latecomers text "where" to email@example.com
The 2011 FLYER is now posted for DOWNLOAD and PRINT: http://autoshowshutdown.org/tradeup
Break The Gridlock has extended its deadline for petitions to join its Board of Directors.
See the original announcement below.
For more information, please see the Join The Board page.
Hope to see many Break the Gridlockers at Wednesday's World Car Free Day Celebration.
The ride leaves at 6pm sharp (gather at 5:30pm) from Daley Plaza and ends at 7pm at the Bike Winter kick-off meeting* at the Billy Goat on Madison (1535 W.)