Bike-It 2010 - 1985 Team Haro Reunion Show

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Bike-It 2010 - 1985 Team Haro Reunion Show

Time: August 14, 2010 from 10am to 7pm
Location: Corner of Hersey and Oak - Parking lot of Ashland Christian Fellowship
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://www.bikeit.info
Phone: 541-840-8925
Event Type: bicycle, jam, and, bmx, freestyle, show
Organized By: Dave Nourie
Latest Activity: Jul 8, 2010

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2010 Bike-It 1985 HARO 25th Anniversary Freestyle Show

The Line up: Ron Wilkerson – Brian Blyther – Dave Nourie – Mike Dominguez and…..Kevin Martin or the MC

Bob Haro – “The Father of Freestyle” Will be there to enjoy the festivities

Here is how you can donate to help support this event

Go to www.bikeit.info.com


Pay To: freestyle@bikeit.info

Donation For: Bike It August 14th Ashland OR 1985 Haro Team

For the love of BMX and community

Free Admission

Free Raffle Ticket for everyone who attends
Drag Races
Show and Shine Classic BMX Bikes
KB’s Crazy and Unique Bikes to ride
25th Anniversary TEAM HARO SHOW
Nourie’s Flatland Show

Music, Food and more….

Bike-It has been hosting bicycle events in the Ashland area for 12 years, promoting, BMX Freestyle, bicycle safety and fun on two wheels. The purpose of these events is help support the younger riders with a big raffle of bicycle supplies and by exposing them to different forms of bicycle riding and to one of the original Freestyle Teams for the 80’s,



Jump-It, Wheelie-It, Spin-It, Flip-It, Race-It – Bike-It



This is grassroots movement and there are many ways to help support this event visit www.bikeit.info



For supporting this event and making this all happen I want to send a special thanks to the following:
Bear Creek Bicycles
Flywheel
Cycle Sport
Riders' Choice Bikes
Art Fx
Ashland Christian Fellowship
RVTD
Aztec Designs
Haro Bikes
Get n' Gear
Siskiyou Cyclery
Stone Soup Playschool
Bill Silva Entertainment...and more to come.....


If your are interested in supporting this event or volunteering please email freestyle@bikeit.info

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