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Cycle love-in at Silo Markets

Friday 12 Feb – Cycle love-in at Silo Markets


Summer nights can’t get much better than a Friday drink, hanging out with your favourite cycling enthusiasts and a screening of the still magnificent ET. Frocks on Bikes, Bike Auckland and Blend Store are colliding to create a cycle-love-in full of giveaways, bike related wares and lots of info to shape your year of cycling.

Bike on down to the Silo Markets and be in to win 2 tickets worth $150 to see American rockabilly legend JD McPherson playing at the Tuning Fork and a Glory Days subscription! Thanks Glory Days – you little ripper.
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http://www.silopark.co.nz/silo-park/cinema/
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Auckland Bike Challenge has started!
Grab some workmates and get onto Love to Ride this week to win some splendorous prizes including an Avanti Inc (their new commuter bike), a Nutcase helmet, Bird on a Wire vouchers, Little Bird tarts, a stylie bike rack for your workplace.

Just register on http://www.lovetoride.net (there's a nifty app to download too), bike anywhere for at least 10mins during Feb 1-Feb 29, record the ride and tell your co-workers and friends about he ride, then let the prizes roll in.


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