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Dia de Muertes ride

November 4, 2021 at 6:30 pm

“Calling all BIPOC cyclistas!
For our last organized ride of 2021, Las Chingonas presenten…
💀🌼Dia de Muertes Ride🌼💀
A 8-10mile/ party pace/ no-drop ride for BIPOC only!

Thursday 11/4
Meet at 6 PM
Rollout at 6:30 PM
DM us for location details
*LIGHTS AND HELMET REQUIRED* PLEASE DM IF YOU NEED HELP ACQUIRING

Highly recommended: reflective rain gear, fenders, water, snacks

Please note that we want this ride to feel accessible for folx, and we accept all sorts of bikes including, but not limited to, road bikes, ebikes, and gravel bikes. If you have any questions please let us know.

Also please be mindful that this is a self-supported group ride, meaning you’ll want to provide your own accommodations to make the ride as comfortable for you as you’d like. This also includes making sure your bike is in working condition before our ride ~ we cannot guarantee bike mechanic support.

We are not here to police identities and will call out any machismo/ anti-LGBTQ+ behavior witnessed on our rides.

As we continue to build community, we invite your feedback via DM (questions, comments, concerns) as we firmly believe that this space is created together, and together we will continue to learn how to best support our community. Our DMs are always open 🙏🏼

Chingonas are taking a much needed break for December but we plan to continue rides in 2022. Thank you all for showing up so fully this year and making it such a memorable one for our biking community. Stay safe & hydrated and we’ll see you soon! 💕🤙🏽

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This ride is rain or shine!
Because wet roads and fall leaves make riding more technical, we encourage riders to self determine their ability to join. Organizers of the ride do not have the first aid skills to treat injuries or accidents that may occur due to weather conditions:

Things to consider for this ride (if it rains)
1- Do I have waterproof rain gear to keep myself warm and dry (waterproof gloves, jacket, shoes)?
2 – Do I know how to brake when it’s wet?
3 – How fast do I ride when it’s warm out vs when it’s cold and wet?
4 – Do I have bright lights in the front and back of my bike?
5 – Do I have fenders?”

Details

Date:
November 4, 2021
Time:
6:30 pm
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Venue

Portland, OR United States