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Events

Crank for a Cause

PAST DATES AND TIMES

  • Saturday, May 20, 2017 11 am - 11 pm

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LOCATION: Crank Arm Brewing - 319 W Davie St

Stationary Bike Challange to support Oaks & Spokes in their mission of bicycle safety. 

Saturday May 20th, 2017 on Davie St. in front of Crank Arm Brewing Co.

11am-11pm

Crank Arm Brewing, Alexander Family YMCA & College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving will be sponsoring a stationary bike challenge to raise funds for Oaks and Spokes, which focuses on bicycle safety and awareness in the Raleigh area.

We will have 2 free YMCA cycling classes on the street to start the day. 11am & Noon.
Registration Starts at 11am.
Cycling challenge starts at 1:00 accompanied by live music.

Stationary Bike Challenge will include:

Best Costumes (Individual & Group)
Most Calories Burned
Combined Distance
Single Distance
Most Money Raised
5 Special Challenge Rounds (distance; singles and teams)

Bands include:

The Oatmeal Conspiracy
Coytah
James Olin Oden
Crave 

You can donate and/or register on May 20th at event or onwww.give.classy.org/crankforacause

One Ticket per team or per individual. Use this website to raise money for your team. The team whom raises them most wins a special prize during Crank For A Cause 2017 at Crank Arm Brewing Companyrewing Co. on May 20th. (the idea of the ticket price is to raise money for Oaks and Spokes)

Prizes awarded throughout the day for all challanges. 
Join us to support Oaks and Spokes whether riding in the challange or not. 
Bring Cash to donate to your favorite cycling teams to help them win the challenge!!
We will post exact schedule of challenges soon!


Associated Street Closures:

Date:  May 20, 2017

Associated Street Closures:

The following streets are closed from 8 am until 11:59 pm on Saturday, May 20:

W. Davie Street between Commerce Place and S. Dawson Street