Love of Mud

The Bonebell is hosting a viewing of the acclaimed new cyclocross movie For the Love of Mud by filmmaker Benedict Campbell as a fundraiser for the Phase 1 buildout of Big Marsh Bike Park!

Date: Sunday, May 31 @ 7:00PM
Location: The Logan Theatre, 2646 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60647
Tickets: Purchase at BikeReg, RSVP at Facebook

All ticket holders will be entered into a raffle to win one of TEN copies of the film! Additional raffle tickets can be purchased for $5 each, or 3 for $10 (6 for $20, 9 for $30, etc.) for a chance to win one of TWO new Bonebell kits (jersey & bibs, men’s M & women’s M) or one of THREE Bonebell caps! Additional raffle prizes are forthcoming.

Bonebell 2015 Kit     New Bonebell Cap

Viewing is at The Logan Theatre in Logan Square. Plan to show up early, buy additional raffle tickets, drink beer and grab snacks before the show – bring your beer into the theatre! Our theatre at The Logan holds 174 – let’s make sure to fill that up!

SCHEDULE:
6:00 Check-in, buy additional raffle tickets
7:00 Movie Viewing
8:30 Raffle Time!!

If you’d like to make a tax-deductible donation directly to Friends of Big Marsh for Phase 1 buildout scheduled for opening Spring 2016, donate here: http://bigmarshchicago.com/


Registration opens at 12:01AM CT on Friday, May 15!



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Women’s Dirt Days are a monthly series of group mountain bike rides held at local Chicagoland and nearby Wisconsin trails throughout the summer months. It’s a perfect event for women of all skill levels to meet up, enjoy friendly, non-competitive rides and get some time on the trail. These dirt days are specifically for women to encourage, promote, and rally the female dirtbag contingent by providing an opportunity to learn mountain biking skills in a group ride setting. Attention is given to skills, trail advice, and even racing talk.

Rides begin promptly at posted time (usually 9:00 or 9:30AM CT), and we ride rain or shine. Get there a little early to get settled. If the weather is nice, bring a lunch and we’ll picnic after. Need a ride? Need a bike? Post up with your RSVP!


Ladies Dirt Day #4 – 2014, Photo Credit: John Gatto

2015 Dates:
Women’s Dirt Days Ride #1: Saturday, May 2 – Kettle Moraine South
RSVP: Facebook | Meetup

Women’s Dirt Days Ride #2: Sunday, June 7 – Kettle Moraine South
RSVP: Facebook |Meetup

Women’s Dirt Days Ride #3: Sunday, July 5 – Palos Forest Preserve
RSVP: Facebook | Meetup

Women’s Dirt Days Ride #4: Saturday, August 1 – Palos Forest Preserve
RSVP: Facebook | Meetup


The 2015 rides are made possible by the volunteer efforts of:
Becky Mikrut, Pretty. Fast. & Kinky Llama Racing
Jen Mosley, Half Acre Cycling


Ladies Dirt Day #3 – 2011, Photo Credit: Amy Dykema

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