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SS Pussycat

Posted by on August 16th, 2007 at 11:11 am

Meet at Jamison Fountain (NW 11th and Johnson) in Portland

SS Pussycat Alley Cat 2007 – Fountain Ride

$5.00, a plastic bottle with a cap, and your participation is all that is required.
*Plastic bottle should be 16 ounces or ½ liter in size.
**Trans riders – your $5.00 admission fee will be paid by Veloshop.

This race is for FEMALE and TRANS riders only – NO BOYS!!!
Ladies, you are encouraged to wear a costume, tow your kids, ride with a friend, and otherwise express yourselves. MEOW.

You must report to Jamison Fountain in Northwest Portland at 12 pm to receive your day’s assignments.
Your work day begins at 1 pm.
Plan to ride two hours.
There will be a party at the finish line.

Those participating in the speed category will face one major hill challenge.
Those participating for spirit will be flat landing.

It’s how you play the game.

We love our SPONSORS and they have donated fabulous prizes:

    Vanilla Bicycles – A four hour frame building workshop with Sacha White for you and a friend.
    Bicycle Fitting Services – A complete fitting with Michael Sylvester for you and your best friend (your bike)!
    Chris King – A Chris King headset.
    Team Estrogen – A large Timbuk2 messenger bag.
    John’s Supper Club – A multi-course, local-food dinner for two at an underground restaurant.
    Bike Gallery – Bike Gallery hats and Bike Gallery socks.
    Deller Designs – Hand made caps from 100% recycled fabrics.
    Sweetpea Bicycles – T-shirts and hats.
    Black Star Baggage – Local, hand-made, custom hip pouches and top tube pads.
    Courier Coffee – Fresh and local, hand roasted coffee, delivered by bike!
    Red Bat Press – Hand-made bike postcard sets from local artist Carye Bye.
    Optic Nerve – TBA.
    Half and Half – TBA.
    Veloshop – TBA.
    R.E. Load Bags – TBA.

More prizes to come……!!!

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