Bike Month After Party is May 31

Help us celebrate our region’s annual celebration of all things bicycle

Close out May is Bike Month 2018 at this happy hour party at SacYard Community Tap House in East Sacramento.

Enjoy a beer on us (choose from 24 taps), live music, great company and a pretty great raffle (see below). All proceeds support SABA’s mission to improve our region’s quality of life by advocating for people on bikes.

WHEN: Thursday, May 31, 2018, 5 to 7 PM

WHERE: SacYard Community Tap House, 1725 33rd St. between P St. and Stockton Blvd.

LIVE MUSIC: South Sac Jooks

FOOD: Available for purchase from Drewski’s and SacYard (includes vegan options)

TICKETS

$20 – A la carte: Individual admission. Includes 1 beer token good for any craft brew on tap

$30 – Main + side: Individual admission + your choice of SABA socks OR SABA Silipint silicone pint (white or black) OR SABA Klean Kanteen stainless steel pint

$40 – Combination platter: Individual admission + SABA socks + SABA beer pint (Silipint OR Klean Kanteen stainless pint)

Click here to purchase tickets.

SPONSORS

Titanium
Bay Area Bicycle Law

Carbon Fiber
Councilmember Jeff Harris
Councilmember Angelique Ashby
Sutter Health Valley Area

Steel
Vice Mayor Steve Hansen
Redfin Real Estate

In-kind
Deb Banks and Rivet Cycle Works
Jackie Musick and the Geared Up Bicycle Technology Program, Cooley Middle School, Roseville
Stace Cooper and Misfit Metals
Edible Pedal Bike Shop

Interested in being a sponsor? Click here to learn more.

Make your sponsor payment via PayPal:
Titanium$1,000
Carbon Fiber$500
Steel$250

Raffle

  • Vintage cruiser donated by Deb Banks/Rivet Cycle Works and restored by students at the Geared Up Bicycle Technology Program at Cooley Middle School in Roseville, with custom artwork by Stace Cooper/Misfit Metals and accessories by Rivet Cycle Works and Edible Pedal.
  • Gift basket from Chocolate Fish Coffee
  • 2 all-day e-bike rentals from Practical Cycle
  • $100 gift card plus thermal flask from Magpie Cafe
  • Dinner for 4 + RiverCats tickets in the Western Health Advantage VIP suite at Raley Field

Cooley Middle School students with the restored cruiser.

Before landing in Sacramento, this beauty spent 30 years in a garage in Aspen, Colorado, where it was rolled out once a year to be ridden in the local 4th of July parade.

  • Students in the Geared Up Bicycle Technology Program at Cooley Middle School in Roseville rebuilt and repainted the bike and added accessories from Rivet Cycle Works. Click here to read more about the program.

    Local artist Stace Cooper, owner of Misfit Metals, created one-of-a-kind badges for the tank.