February Social and Fundraiser

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Our annual WNYMBA Bicycle Social and Fundraiser is 15-Feb at Community Beer Works 520 7th St, Buffalo, NY 14201 starting at 6:30p. This is our premier fundraising event and we’re looking for support from all members to make this event a success. What can you do to support? Any or all of the following:

  • Donate a basket for the raffle
  • Solicit prizes from local businesses or vendors for prizes
  • Bring a bottle of wine/beer for basket of cheer prizes
  • Share our Facebook (FB) event post with your all your FB friends
  • Encourage friends and family to join us for the event

New to our February festivities will be the 2018 recognition awards ceremony. So please make sure to join us to take time to recognize the individuals and vendors that helped make 2018 a great year for WNYMBA. As always, the event will start with our ceremonial bicycle keg procession starting from Campus Wheelworks. We’ll ride the keg through the streets of Buffalo in New Orleans style. Meeting at Campus 5:30p, riding at 6:00p sharp. All are welcome for the ride. Tickets for the event are $20 which includes your food plus (2) beverages  and are available on line here tickets or at the door.  Questions about donations, event, or the ride? Email Joe at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

February Events

2-Feb     Tom's Pro Bike Fat Bike Demo             Kissing Bridge

3-Feb     Fat Bike Race at Long Point Park        Long Point Park

8-Feb     ASP Friday Night Fat Bike Ride            ASP

15-Feb    WNYMBA Bicycle Social                     CBW

16- Feb   42N Brewski                                          Knox Farm

16-Feb    Tom's Pro Bike Fat Bike Demo           Kissing Bridge

17-Feb    You Wheelie Make My Heart Race    Byrncliff Resort

23-Feb   Frosty CX Fat Bike Race & Party         Holimont

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Mountain Biking is a potentially hazardous activity carrying a significant risk of bodily injury and even death. Mountain biking should only be undertaken if you have a complete awareness of these risks. You can reduce the level of risk by wearing a helmet and by riding within your own skill level.