Casual Mess Ride

Trophy’s first monthly shop outing. We’ll meet at 10 a.m. at the shop and ride (not race) around town. Ride ends at Yard’s Brewery for a quick one (uno) before getting back to those weekend chores!

Helmets and locks are required, camera and notebook are optional.

RSVP for the Casual Mess Ride here. 

Check out our Facebook event for any updates or changes.

Can’t wait to see you there!

 

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As a forward-thinking bike shop, utilizes any and all advertising media modalities to reach our target demographic: in this case , @upenngapsa and @uofpenn students walking along the 4500 Block of Pine Street. We know Ivy League cyclists need a shop that's available at the start and finish of their long days!
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