August 28, 2016 at 7:30 pm
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Thinking about Zoobombing tonight? Join us early at the Lardo bike rack on the corner of SE Hawthorne and SE 12th. There are many choices of eateries. I will be at Lardo hanging around while watching everyone’s bikes, so no worries.
Give yourself plenty of time if you plan to eat and drink, at least an hour or more. We will roll out 8 pm sharp to get to the Zoobomb pile (13th and Burnside) by 8:30. From there we will follow the Zoobomb veterans to the main event. If you are a newbie to Zoobombing, check out the Zoobomb post for info on what to expect. This is, of course, not a loop ride, so you can bail at any time.
Helmets, spare tubes, tools, good brakes and bright lights are a must for safe Zoobombing.