news New​ ​Wheel​ Larkspur ​Party​ Honors​ ​eBike riders​ ​&​ ​MCBC on 12/14

New Wheel Holiday Party 2017Join MCBC Staff, members and ebike enthusiasts at the New Wheel in Larkspur on Thursday, December 14 to celebrate the season. We’ll be enjoying hot cider and a cool ebike, and MCBC Executive Director Jim Elias will be on hand, talking about how we can work together to make cycling in Marin safer & more accessible in 2018 and beyond.

At The New Wheel, the holidays are a time to celebrate life, friendship and the wonderful people that make our community so special.

This​ ​year’s​ ​theme:​ ​Advocacy with MCBC Executive Director Jim Elias
Special guest MCBC, and MCBC Executive Director Jim Elias. Jim will talk about how we can work together to make cycling in Marin safer and more accessible in the coming year and beyond.

First​ ​annual​ ​New​ ​Wheel​ ​Awards
If you own an ebike from The New Wheel, you are eligible to win an award for incredible ebike
accomplishments in 2017. Nominate yourself or someone :

Pre-party​ ​ebike​ ​ride​ ​sponsored​ ​by​ ​Gazelle​ ​Electric​ ​Bikes.
Enjoy hot cider and cool ebike ride from and back to the New Wheel Larkspur store location. Ride
starts at 4:30 pm. Bring your own bike, or ride a new Gazelle ebike. Bring a friend for a unique
pre-party adventure.

Food​ ​and​ ​drink​ ​provided!
The New Wheel is known for great fare at their events – this year won’t be any different.

RSVP for more ride info:


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