Nov. 9, 2014
POSTPONED: Aether takes SF on an Urban Adventure
UPDATE: This event has been postponed. Check back for updates on when it will be rescheduled. 11.06.2014
Cruising its coastal highways on a motorcycle is one of California’s quintessential experiences. Unfortunately, so is weaving through stop-and-go traffic in order to cross any bridge to anywhere, and that takes skill and confidence as a rider. So when Aether Apparel thought of who they could turn to to lead an urban maneuvering skills training, the answer was right behind them with blue lights flashing: a motorcycle cop.
Details from Aether about the Sunday, November 9th event are below, and you can buy your ticket on their website.
Join us Sunday November 9th (11/9/14) for a day of urban motorcycle riding and technical skills training. Prepare for Urban Adventure.
Following our successful events in Los Angeles and New York, this Bay Area edition will begin with a scenic morning ride led by SF-based motorcycle collective Piston and Chain. The route will take riders on a tour of some of the most scenic riding roads in the area and will conclude at a training location on Treasure Island.
The afternoon will kick off with an on-site catered lunch, followed by skills training by active police motor officer Kerry Schilf. Participants will have the chance to learn how to “ride like a cop” by practicing on the same cone’s course motor officer use to train, while receiving critical feedback and coaching.
The day’s events will culminate with a motorcycle obstacle course designed by staff from RawHyde Adventures, the guru’s of off-road adventure riding. Here, bikes of all makes and models will use their low-speed handling skills to navigate through an urban debris field for the chance to win prizes and give-aways from Piston and Chain, RawHyde Adventures, and Aether.
8:00 AM – Event start. Breakfast will be provided at AETHERsf at 489 Hayes Street. Riders will receive a briefing on the days events as well as turn sheets for the morning ride.
8:30 AM – Riders begin to depart in waves for the morning ride.
12:00 PM – Riders arrive at the Treasure Island training location. Lunch is served.
1:00 PM – Riders will receive technical training and riding tips from motor officer Kerry Schilf, while practicing on a “motor officer training” cones course.
3:30PM – Riders will have the chance to compete in our urban debris field obstacle course. Navigate this course with the least foot “dabs” and you could win give-aways from Aether, RawHyde, and Piston and Chain.
4:30 PM – Awards announced and distributed.
Limited space available.
Date: Sunday November 9th (11/9/14), rain or shine.
If you’re planning on riding this event 2-Up, you will need to purchase 2 tickets. (Ticket price is going primarily to off-set the cost of provided breakfast and lunch)
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