came in droves. Over 600 cyclists of all persuasions flooded
to Redbones on May 17th, 2004 for Redbones' Annual Bike Party
to enjoy biking, beer and barbeque.The event raised $5,000 to
support the on and offroad advocacy of NEMBA and MassBike.
cool or what?
and MassBike members, Joe Tack (riding) and Jamie Schier (lounging),
won the cool bikes raffled by Alternative
Needs Transportation and Paramount
Bicycle Repair. In a bizarre coincidence, Jamie is
now a two time winner -- lightning does strike twice!
Bontrager (left) and Robert Gregory, Redbones' proprietor,
hanging in front of Redbones' psycho-delic truck.
tent became a clubhouse of sorts for wayward mountain bikers.
From left to right, Anne Shepard, Tom Grimble, Philip Keyes
and Claire Grimble answered questions, took memberships and
generally caused mayhem.
Bracken of Independent
Fabrication (right) and Mike Flanigan of A.N.T.
A huge thanks to Mike for donating such an amazingly practical
Brown, Matt O'Keefe and Skunk were a few of the folks from Seven
Cycles. Skunk is also one of the founders of the
Choppers Urban Legion.
Redbones' crew worked hard to make sure that everyone was well
fed and happy--they succeeded!
true to the belief that bikes are good, Harpoon
Brewery donated a bunch of their tasty brew to the event.
new executive director, Dorie Clark (right) made one of her
first public debuts at the event. Join MassBike
to show your support.
Hamilton Foundation's Deirdre Moynihan and Joe Tonon we're
on hand to drum up support for our New England hero.
Cushman, the woman who makes things happen at Redbones, was
ecstatic about the good weather and fine turnout. Great job,
Anne, and a huge thanks to Redbones for helping to make the
planet better, one rib at a time!
Pics from Redbones here