• Date
    Monday May 20, 2019 at
    5:00pm to 7:00pm CDT
    past event
  • Type
    Demo Day
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Wahlfield Park, Michigan United States
  • Registration
    Open Free
CAN'd Aid w/Jeff Lenosky & Central District bike demo
Demo Day Details:

Bikes, Beers, and Benefiting Kids.

The WMMBA has partnered with Perrin Brewing, CAN’d Aid and Central District Cyclery to bring Jeff Lenosky, professional downhill/trials rider, (the “Trail Boss” of YouTube fame and REEB bikes) to Wahlfield Park. Jeff will be hanging out and offering Tips & Tricks from 5-7pm while Central District will have its demo fleet available for you to check out. Then from 7-9pm we all head over to Perrin Brewing for Bike building and Beers. The next day, May 21st, we will be donating the bikes to a local school, Cesar E. Chavez Elementary. (The best feel-good part of the whole experience) Anyone is welcome to join, truly the more the merrier, to help get kids on a new bike. No experience necessary, tools will be provided.

So to sum it up, bring yourself, your bike, and a few friends to Wahlfield Park on May 20th @ 5:00 to:
• Say Hi to Jeff “Trail Boss” Lenosky and maybe learn a thing or two.
• Dig the New NORCO, KONA, IBIS or YETI from Central District and see which one you can’t live without.
• Get filled in on the local Mountain Bike happenings by the WMMBA and get yourself a membership.
• Build bikes for kids with the help of Perrin and CAN’d Aid.

And of course, ride your bike and have fun!

Cheers!

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