We’re Hardly in High School anymore, but that doesn’t Strictly matter. Let’s take a step back in time and celebrate HARDLY STRICTLY HOMECOMING!
Break out your finest duds, your vintage prom dresses, your football helmets, your old cheerleading outfits. Let’s recreate one of the biggest nights of our teenage years (except with less drama over Mickey flirting with Hailey when he’s totally your date). Dress up, get down, let’s Bike Paaaaarty!
Meet up at 7:30pm, roll out at 8pm! Meet at the west side of Kezar Stadium, at the intersection of Lincoln, Kezar, and Arguello.
Volunteers who take a turn will be entered in a super special raffle. Find us at the green flag to sign up! And don’t forget to tag us in your photos, use #sfbikeparty or #sfbike
Well that’s one way to style your formal denim…with your HS girl/boyfriend.
Don’t for get something for your date!
Get your roll on!
Fancy denim on a fancy man! (via revaldenimguild.com)
Who doesn’t need a denim kit? (available at albabici.com)
Even Canadians need something formal to wear!
Dress available for purchase if you have the spurs for it!
Nothing says bluegrass class like a denim cummerbund (via theDandyproject.com)
Denim kimono created by Rina Karibe
Let’s all agree to not pick on the telekinetic girl this year, please!
Seeeeeee! Just don’t do it. Let’s all be nice this Homecoming, shall we?
Now *that’s* how you celebrate your Homecoming court!
Go ahead, we know you want to cheer on the home team!
The gents from UW – Platteville Cycling club know how to style their denim!
Safe and fashionable for your big night!
Who said bike used bike parts were trash? Upcycle your accessories!
Denim corsage for your date? Don’t mind if I do! (find the tutorial on how to give an old pair of jeans new life over at denimdoover.com)
And don’t forget to decorate your bike!
Or a fashionable way to protect said bike (via ecouterre.com)
For the sporty dapper dandy inside us all!
Now let’s see if your Principle will let you wear *these* blue jeans to the dance?
Break Free of those stuffy jeans and go for the airy shorts for your formal look! (via realguyswearties.com)
Bike Party asks all bicyclist to follow the How We Ride to promote a positive community during our rides.
HOW WE RIDE:
Stay in the Right Lane
Stop at Red Lights
Leave No Trace
Ride Predictably and in Control
Roll Past Conflict
When in Doubt, “Bike Party!!”