Thursday, January 29, 2015

Full Moon Fiasco XXXVIII

Happy Birthday to you,
Happy Birthday to you,
Happy Birthday dear FBC Sandpoint Lifetime Members for Life,
Happy Birthday to you.

When: Tue, Feb 3rd @7pm
Where: Eichardt's
Theme: Formal Birthday Suit Attire

That is as close to singing as you will get from me.  And so this not so little bike club is turning 3.  You all were so cute back in the beginning.  Ahh, the memories...

Anyways, dress up and head to Eich's.  We will ride somewhere cool.  There we reminisce over the last year, the rides we've done, the places we've gone, the friends we've made...or at least the things we remember.

We will have a bunch of cool shit to give away.  We will have some awards and honors.

There will also be a professional photo booth at our destination, meaning people will be there that take a lot better pictures than I do.  So, wear something clean and neat.

Sounds pretty neat.

Monday, January 26, 2015

Full Moon Fiasco XXXVII in Review

What a way to bring in 2015!  Our last ride happened to occur during a major snow storm.  Not the first time. It happened to fall on a Sunday.  Not the first time either.  However, having the ride fall on a Sunday with a major snow storm is unique.  Why?  The City does not plow on Sundays, or so I hear and did seem evident that night.  The streets were full of snow.  I am talking close to a foot of white fluffy stuff.  Needles to say, traveling by bike was difficult on any street.

Nevertheless, you FBCers are a hardy bunch, and 20 of you (12 on fat bikes) showed up at Eich's ready to ride.  We left and did the shortest route in FBC history as we rounded Eich's, hit Second, did a few laps around the City Fountain and ended at Connie's.

There we sat by the fire, jammed old school rock on the jukebox, played some pool and had some drinks.  We also did some good community service and helped push out 3 different cars that got stuck....bikes were not the only ones having trouble commuting.

Thanks to Katie and the Connie's crew for taking good care of us all and staying open passed their normal hours.  And a big thanks to FBC Lifetime Member for Life Dustin for taking some sweet pics of the night and sharing.

Remember, February 3rd will be our Birthday Ride...Happy 3 Years...stay tuned for dets.

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