Wilder Buffalo

Wilder Buffalo # 20

Group ride with concert and conversation featuring Strong Buffalo, Ben Weaver and special guests: Ed Bok Lee and Chris Martin

About This FREE event

What: Outdoor concert and conversation featuring Strong Buffalo and Ben Weaver  and special guests: Ed Bok Lee and Chris Martin

When: Thursday, October 28th, Concert at 6PM.

Group Ride led by Perennial Cycle departing from Perennial Cycle at 5PM.

Order Free Tickets: Link

Where and How to Get There: There are several options for getting to the concert location. 1. Join a group ride that will leave from Perennial Cycle at 5pm sharp 2. When you register for the event you will be immediately sent an email with the concert location pin. With the pin you are invited to find your own way to the location by bicycle, foot, ect. Where to join the group ride:

Perennial Cycle 3342 Hennepin Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55408.

How Far is the Group Ride: Rides will vary in length somewhere between 5-10 miles from shop. What to Bring: Please consider that these events will be running into dusk /after dark as winter approaches and the weather will be cool to cold. Please bring adequate lights for your ride home and warm clothes as it gets chilly when we are off bikes. Other Logistics: The nature of these rides is to build stronger community through trust and communication. Please feel free to ask your ride leaders any questions or express any concerns you may have along the way for how to improve the experience for next time.

Why and What are Wilder Buffalo Rides? A musical and bicycle collaboration between Ben Weaver, Strong Buffalo and friends. Each concert will begin with a group ride from Perennial Cycle. For those who do not wish to ride, you will be given a pin link to the concert location when you RSVP to the event through the Eventbrite. We will be practicing social distancing and ask that all attendees consider the health of the greater community and come with masks.

Ben Weaver & Strong Buffalo: Thank Their partners: Oyate Hotanin, Banjo Brothers, Perennial Cycle.

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