A massive thank you to Shannon Kay of Sweet Sea Photography for volunteering her time and skills on Saturday (in the cold and the wet) for the Bike Park and to Nigel Ross for the use of his Christmas tree farm (on Evergreen at the ERT).
ALL proceeds from the photoshoot went to the CR Bike Park and we raised $1200!!!
The photos are fantastic and we are sooooo incredibly grateful for everyone’s generosity.
Please check out the Sweet Sea Photography @sweetseaphotos on Instagram or visit her website: Sweet Sea Photography.
And if you still need a tree there were some pretty nice trees still available. A few shots from the weekend…
Huge thank you to Beach Fire Brewing and Nosh House for supporting the CR Bike Park!
During the 2017 Bike to Work Week, Beach Fire Brewing kicked off their summer-long promo where they donated $1 from every ginger-radler sold to the Bike Park.
Campbell Riverites drank 714 radlers this summer!!! Thank you Beach Fire and thank you to everyone who ordered a radler!
Rockaoke Live with The Naturals
Come join Campbell River expat Joel Flynn with the Naturals as they bring ‘live band karaoke’ to the Campbell River Golf & Country Club. Choose a song by donation. Pledge your boss, husband, girlfriend or yourself to sing that ‘special’ song. Can’t sing? Don’t worry, there is another guy on stage who can. It will be like GR 8 choir except only this time with beer. All Proceeds go to the construction of Phase 1 & 2 of the CR Bike Skills Park.
Free Entry with Purchase of Dinner or Drinks
Rockaoke LiveTM is an innovative and interactive live music entertainment concept that serves “live band karaoke”. Instead of singing to prerecorded backing tracks, audience members who want to sing a song have a live band to provide the music and 500+ songs to choose from.
Rockaoke Live! features the talented Vancouver rock n’ roll trio The Naturals, as well as host/vocalist Dr. Robert Downie Goulet (a.k.a. Joel Flynn).
$1 of each Beach Fire Ginger Lime Radler sale goes to CR Bike Park
Mark the date (Sunday, July 9th) on your calendars and get out on your bike!
If you haven’t already signed up for our mailing list, now’s the time. We’ll let you know when tickets go on sale.
Nanaimo is opening a bike park on Aug 9, 2017. The park has been named in the memory of professional downhill racer, “the Canadian Chainsaw” Stevie Smith.
You can learn more about Stevie Smith and the bike park in this article from Nanaimo News Now:
The park, with an overall budget of $412,000, will include a dirt jump, pump track and skills park. Several groups, including the Gyro Club of Nanaimo, have been pushing behind the scenes for years to make it a reality. Harding says the concept has been around for a number of years and a bike park was included in the recently updated and approved Beban Park Master Plan. He says a company out of Whistler will be brought in to help with shaping some of the jumps and positioning some of the ramps.
Tell your friends! We’re having a burger and beer fundraiser for the CR Bike Park on Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at the Royal Coachman.
Tickets are $25 and include, you guessed it, a burger and a beer.
Buy your tickets