We are excited to be hosting a special Fiver for awesome womxn of all ages. This Fiver is presented by Norco Bicycles and Capilano University.
Sign in starts in the Fromme Parking Lot at 5:45pm and runs until 6:45pm.
Please note that there will be a cap of 200 riders for the Fiver and is reserved for people who identify as Womxn. We use an inclusive definition of “woman” and “female” and we welcome trans women, genderqueer women, and non-binary people. Let us know you're coming through our eventbrite page.
All participants must be current NSMBA members and must bring $5 cash for the entry fee. We will be giving out special-edition Nalgene Water Bottles to all participants
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