“Chicago Ultra Endurance Athlete to Conquer Two Continents and Ten Thousand Miles. And Cal’s Bar.”
Date: Dec 10 9:00 pm add to calendar
Location: Cal’s Bar – Corner of Wells and Van Buren – Google Map
Bryce Walsh, a Chicago-based endurance athlete and coach, is set to compete in the world’s longest bicycle race – Cairo to Cape Town in the Tour d’Afrique – then follow it with the Tour Divide: the world’s longest mountain bike race, self-supported from Canada to the Mexican border along the Continental Divide.
2 continents, 10,000 miles, and a great night of music at Cal’s in support of World Bicycle Relief (www.worldbicyclerelief.org), a 501c-3 organization bringing the power of bicycles to students, healthcare workers, and entrepreneurs in rural Africa.
Along with surprise special guests, the evening’s entertainment includes:
- LOINS – Collaboration of members of Penthouse Sweets and Dodge City Getouts – preview music
- Tea and Sympathy – The band Bryce played with for 10+ years – buy/preview music
“Tea and Sympathy is one of the best live bands to come out of Minneapolis,”beautifully messed up and mesmerizing”. Jim Meyer, Star Tribune
$10 donation at the door earns you admission plus 10 tickets for the evening’s raffle. Every additional dollar you donate at the door earns you another raffle ticket.
- 1 taste of VQ class (value $165) – more info …
- 1 performance test with Robbie Ventura (value $300) – more info …
- Set of cycling training DVDs by former US Postal Service pro rider, Tour de France commentator and professional coach Robbie Ventura (value $250) – more info …
- Infinit Nog Recovery Drink – more info …
- Infinit MUD – more info …
- and more
If you can’t make it on 12/10 but still want to get in on the raffle and support WBR, please donate here:
Chainlink Event Page: http://www.thechainlink.org/events/walsh-biking-and-rocking-for-world-bicycle-relief
Facebook Event Page: http://www.facebook.com/events/252156651505801/
More about the Tour d’Afrique: www.tourdafrique.com
More about the Tour Divide: www.tourdivide.org
More about World Bicycle Relief: www.worldbicyclerelief.org