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February 19/08 3:41 am - Primary/Devinci & SRAM TO Bike Show Party, Canadians at Valparaiso Cerro Abajo

Posted by Editoress on 02/19/08

Primary/Devinci & SRAM TO Bike Show Party
Courtesy Chris Cousineau

Has it been a long winter? Do miss that feeling you get from riding your bike? More importantly do miss that feeling when you're drifting both wheels hanging on for dear life not sure if you're going to make it cause you got a little too rad in the last section of trail? Then be sure to attend Too Rad, this years Toronto Bike Show Party presented by the Primary/Devinci race team and SRAM. We may not be on bikes, but we will be getting loose and for some maybe even a little too rad. If you're attending this years International Bike Show in Toronto be sure not to miss it.

Massive raffle prizes and draws sponsored by Sram, Primary/Devinci, Sweet Pete's, Wrex, Want and Devinci will be happening all night. Underground indie music from the UK and Scandinavia will be provided by UKULA's resident DJ's.

March 8th @ UKULA 492 College St. Doors open at 9:00pm sharp.

Tickets are $10 at the door. 19 and over, ID is required.

Stay posted on the blog, as we'll be releasing more info including DJ info (we've got some good stuff in the works) and what will be offered for raffle prizing. All of the team sponsors are going all out on this, so there should be some great product up for grabs!

Just incase you missed last years party here is a link to a few Pics


Canadians at Valparaiso Cerro Abajo, Chile Canadians were well represented at the Copa Contrapedal urban downhill race this past weekend in Valparaiso, Chile. Canadian Champion Micayla Gatto (Commencal Oakley) took home second place, less than a second out of first, despite a crash on an upper section of the course. Cassidey BC's Steve Smith took home third place.

For the rest of the report and photos go to:


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