If you’re excited as we are for the start of the NBA season, you’ll love this news: Blazers Bike Night is back for 2016 and operators are standing by to take your ticket order .
This year’s game is the Sunday, November 13th contest against the Denver Nuggets, an exciting young team that features former Trail Blazer Will “The Thrill” Barton.
As in years past, Bike Night at the Moda Center coincides with the team’s Green Night Transportation Game which is sponsored by Uber. New this year is that a portion of each ticket purchased through our special Bike Night website will be donated to the Community Cycling Center. Come to the game and see leaders from the CCC on the JumboTron as they accept a check at halftime at mid-court!
Another new element of the event this year is that our friends from Oregon Walks will also be at the game. They’ll be offering a special ticket package for $45 that will support their important work and include a one-year Oregon Walks membership. Stay tuned for more details in the coming days.
Ticket prices are $45 for 200 level or $15 for 300 level (plus a $5 online processing fee).
In addition to supporting the CCC, you’ll get a custom reflective pinwheel logo sticker and be entered into a drawing for a chance to win an Adidas Dame Roller Tee signed by the man himself, Damian Lillard. I’ve worn this shirt on several bike tours and it’s awesome!
For the best seats and to lock in these prices please get your orders in by this Friday, October 14th!
Mark your calendar and make your plans to join us and all your transportation advocacy friends at the Moda Center on November 13th! Go to this page and enter “BIKE” to receive special Bike Night group pricing.
Here’s the event flyer:
We’ve been hosting Blazers Bike Night (formerly known as Bike to Blazers) since 2006. To see photos and recaps of years past, browse our archives.
— Jonathan Maus, (503) 706-8804 – email@example.com
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I hear viewership is down for all traditional sports lately. They need to reach new audiences!
I hear the Blazers are the hottest team in town. We should all support such a great group of players and the rock-solid organization behind them.