A small crack commando group from the MtnBikeRiders Crew assembled a relaxed vibe ride that consisted of a fantastic lap around the Fullerton Loop. This ride was to be followed by an Easter Egg Hunt at the trail head. Invites were sent and our fab-O-luscious friend, Vince Rodarte (KHS Sideways Sales Manager), and his two awesome kids, Dylan and Erin joined us for the ride. We were also graced by the presence of our two great friends Dan and Khoa.
Man now that I think about it, I didn’t take a pictures of the ride, only videos. Forgive me if I’ve used this song before.
Watch the little guy wearing the FreeAgent jersey and helmet (Dylan R.). The fella rode about 8 miles of the Loop on a BMX bike!
By the way, I have to mention that Priscilla rode her single speed and she was on FIRE!
As you all know last Saturday was our official dress ride. This is basically the ride in which Vince Rodarte of KHS Bicycles paid his bet by wearing a dress during a ride at the Fullerton Loop.
On Saturday morning we had gathered a group of riders that were there to get a ride in as well as a gander at Vince wearing a dress. Vince showed up like a real diva, fashionably late. Right away we gathered everyone and I was able to present Vince his attire for the day.
Here’s Vince sporting his authentic Hawaiian moomoo by Guadalupe. I loved how the flowers matched his helmet, of course he rode in style since he was adorned by a pair of aviator glasses.
Not only was Vince a brave man for wearing the dress, but the dude was tough enough to haul his two boys in the trailer while riding a single speed!
Here’s the two Rodarte Mom’s with their kids.
Mandatory group shot by Joe Solancho.
We ended the day with a BBQ that MtnBikeRiders.com provided for those that could make it. Burgers and Dogs were flowing like Evian out of my grill.
In true MtnBikeRiders.com style, a video captured our festivities! Enjoy!
We’d like to thank everyone that made it to the ride as well as the great sponsors of the weight loss challenge. Apparently, Juan Diaz of Specialized Bicycles donated $200 to the City of Hope!