Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Epic Benefit Concert This Saturday...where will you be?

Hey cyberspace, it's us again, Aggie Blue Bikes. We just want to give you an update on whats shakin' in this neck of the wood. The word on the street is that one of the greatest Folk-Fusion, New Grass concerts is going down this weekend, Saturday March 13, 8 pm, at the Campsaver store on 31 North Main St.
Dry Lake, Matteo, and Archer's Apple will be playing with the energy to the system provided by the audience via the pedal power PA system.
If you aren't convinced you should go, there is tons of free gear that Campsaver is giving away as part of their grand opening. If you want to know more about what they are doing to celebrate the rebirth of their store, check out their facebook page and while you are on "fb", RSVP to the concert, we really want you there.

We are pretty positive that even after reading all that we have said about how "great" and "epic" the show is going to be, you are still only 50/50. We have decided to provide you with some video footage of Archer's Apple and Dry Lake. If you aren't convinced after watching them, we don't know what to tell you. COME TO THE SHOW!

Write these details down so you don't forget:
Saturday,March 13. 8 pm.
31 North Main. St (The Campsaver store)
$2 for students $4 for non students

Monday, March 1, 2010

Pedal Powered Benefit Concert.

In case you didn't make it to the Dominic Gill presentation or the Banff Mountain Film Festival to see Gill's documentary, it was inspiring and brilliant. But enough of the guilt trip, we've got business to get down to....
The Cache Valley Bike Festival is right around the corner (two and a half months away! Oh Snap!) and we are busy getting ready to put on a festival that will out do all other festivals of the bicycle nature that have been put on in Utah. It's going to be huge.
But in the mean time, we have lots of great stuff coming up before then, such as a pedal powered benefit concert put on by Camp Saver. With the opening of their newly remodeled store in down town Logan, camp saver is giving a little to the community by hosting a pedal powered concert at their store, with the proceeds going to benefit Aggie Blue Bikes and Common Ground.
The concert is March 13 at 8pm and is $4 for non students and $2 for students.
The line up has three very talented bands. Archers Apple, Mateo, and a mystery band. Mateo is one band you won't want to miss their fusion of traditional Chinese instruments and modern folk music.
We hope to see lots of you there, it is going to be a biketastic time.