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The Lumberyard set for first anniversary party

Posted by on June 12th, 2013 at 5:24 pm

Our friends at The Lumberyard deserve a huge party! Congrats to them on a successful first year in business. Check out party details below…

Join us for The Lumberyard MTB first anniversary bash!

June 6, 2013

The Lumberyard MTB, Portland’s unique indoor bike park at 2700 NE 82nd Ave, will celebrate its first anniversary with a bash the weekend of June 29th! Help The Lumberyard celebrate in style its first year in the community. There will be pro rider demos, live music, gear giveaways, bike games, food and drink specials throughout the weekend.

Thousands of people of all ages and from as far away as New Zealand and Brazil have come to catch air on the jump lines, whip around the pump track and venture on the cross-country features. Additionally, the Lumberyard will be unveiling two new areas at the anniversary bash: the Bunker, a street course/grind room, and the Pen, an outdoor play park that will feature expert jumps, a massive air bag for practicing aerials, and skills area for beginners.

“This has been an incredible year full of amazing growth! We couldn’t have done it without our amazing sponsors & customers! We look forward to celebrating this year with you and to many more exciting years of shredding the ‘Yard with you.” – Michael Whitesel, Co-Founder

Plus Size BMX will be in the house to help out with the birthday bash. Plus Size BMX will provide pro rider demos, bike games for all ages, and giveaways. Saturday morning from 10:00am – 2:00pm will focus on kids! Full of fun riding events for kids on push bikes to full size mountain bikes, this is sure to be a day to remember!

Friday: Kick off & riding with the pros

Saturday: Family Fun (10am-2pm), 3pm-close Plus Size BMX events
** More details to follow on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Lumberyard.MTB **

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