Dazed and Confused | June 12th, 2020



School's out forever, class of '76!


What better way to celebrate than with a series of bike-related activities vaguely or explicitly referencing one of the greatest movies of all time about the last day of school, marijuana, teen-on-teen paddle abuse, eighth grade baseball, the sport of pool, paint pranks, the last time it was culturally important to prioritize Aerosmith, Martha Washington, money in your pocket, American bicentennial Fourth of July brouhaha, Ted Nugent tee shirts, and "alright" in triplicate?


In what is certainly the worst year ever, we can still have the best time riding our bikes. All June 12, we'll be providing small ways to celebrate all things Dazed and Confused safely from your bike. Visit every Moon Tower in town. Wind down at every 50-yard line in biking range. Hit up your favorite dispensary so you don't let Matthew McConaughey down. Dress as your favorite character from the movie or in your favorite look from the '70s. Celebrate graduates. Blast the greatest soundtrack in the history of movies.


We'll be providing maps to theme locations all over town, hashtags for sharing your photos, secretly hidden stickers to collect, a link to the soundtrack to blast from your bike, and maybe even some sweet deals on doobage! Can't wait to see you on your whip (from a responsible distance)!





Getting Lost

The ultimate ride for the Midnight Mystery Ride tonight...

This year is the 10th Anniversary of the Get Lost Ride, which originated from Amos Hunter and continued for the last 6 years by Scott T Batchelar. This ride is determined by chance. Dare to play the game? Then roll a dice! Odd number - RIGHT, even number - LEFT. Here's the 2018 Get Lost! route on Strava to give you an example of the wacky ride you might find yourself on! #MidnightMysteryRide




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