Game Night: #2 Apples 2 Apples
Hi all, and welcome to the next level of ’Night Rides'. This ride is for individuals who are seeking to
RELAX, take a break from the stress of adulthood, and the hustle. If you are trying to 'front,' don’t
Meet Date & Time: April 3rd
Meet and greet @ 6:30pm (1830)
Ride starts @ 7:30pm sharp! (1930)
Our meetings will be Bi-Weekly, Sundaze.
Ride Theme: “I’m just here to Imbibe”
Meet Place: Memorial Park, Pasadena,CA
Go to the Pavillion section in the north part of the park. Not the Station, but the back of the park that is
beside the station.
Background and History: This ride draws inspiration from the rides of 2008-2012 era, The Passage Of
A Few People Through A Rather Brief Moment In Time (TPOAFPTARBMIT), and the fact that I can’t
think of a ride really like this one… Speaking of which, Let me tell you what to expect…. This is a ride
that can go all night, If you’re down. I work nights so I’m use to staying up. I’m not trying to party, But I
want to have a good time. Think of it like a 'Kickback’. If that sounds like you, This ride will be just what
you’re looking for.
One or two chilling stops. I’ll try and make them fun by bringing cards, games, Or ideas. The Theme
will be a good way to get a clue as to where we are going and/or what we are doing. Feel free to bring
something that will enhance the experience!
What To Bring:
~Tools, Tubes, and Patches to keep your Bicycle working
~Cash, food, and snacks
~Helmet and/or Brakes
~Your Bicycle Club
~Your Bike Club Vest or Patch (If you have one)
~420 and BYOB friendly. Stay responsible Please.
What to Leave Behind:
*_* Your Cares
*_* Negative Energy
*_* Girl Problems
“”Seeking out new life and new civilization" doesn't seem to be the focus of many.
Getting drunk and acting like an ass tends to kill any actual, positive vibes you had for the ride.”
Bentstrider Francesco Nittoni - Midnight Rida and MoM Rida
A Quick overview of 'Calls' You may hear while riding with us….…
_#_ Car Left, Right, or Up
Look in the direction called to see what car to avoid.
_#_ Stay Left or Right
I hope this one is self-explanatory.
_#_ Single File
stay behind a rider and have no riders to your side due to path narrowing ahead.
If your moving, your doing it wrong. lol
Reduce your speed.
Increase your speed.
_#_ Wait one Cycle
Most likely this will be called at a Light. This means that when the light turns green, we will wait the full
'Green Cycle' until it turns red, and roll on the next Green light. Usually, this will be called when riders
get separated from the group. This means that we have already called the next call several times,
more than likely.
_#_ Rida Back
This means there is someone riding slower than the general pack, and that we should slow down so
that they can catch up.
Someone has a Mechanical Error with their bicycle. Let’s stop and see if we can fix it! This could be a
great opportunity for you to talk to that hot chick or dude you saw earlier! (Mostly it ends up being that
time to pack a bowl)
Should you see any occurrence that you may have a disagreement with along the route, PLEASE, DO
NOT ATTEMPT TO HANDLE THE SITUATION YOURSELF! Find me, your Ride Coordinator, or
another Trusted individual of authority when it has to do with another individual on the ride. I WILL Kick
them off. Also, If it has nothing to do with the ride, Keep it off the ride. Thanks.
Also, This is a participate on your own accord Event. You are responsible for yourself and your
You are ask to make responsible decisions while representing the Cycling Community, The Bike Ride,
MOM Ridaz, And any other entities that you may be a part of, and/or attempting to represent, and to
not participate in any illicit, or looked down upon, activities. Thank you for your cooperation, And
remember, Always have F.U.N.!!!!!
You also agree that…….
-That you are competent to safely ride the bicycle you will ride with this bike ride, and will observe safe
-That bicycling is inherently dangerous, presenting a great number of risks, such as the risk of falling,
colliding with other riders, encountering hidden obstacles or varying terrain, or the risk of injury from
any failure of your bicycle or any of its components
-That you freely and expressly accept all risks associated with bicycling on the ride, including all risks
of injury or death.