Levi’s Commuter Bike Shop Tour Kickoff – Portland, OR Event Info

Levis PortlandEvent Pre-Party Flyer

Yesterday we let you know about the recently announced Levi’s commuter bike shop tour. They are headed to some of the major cycling cities in the US of A with a mobile work shop and tailoring station to get you rolling right. Once that bike is right and tight, the party starts.

Monday, the pre-party festivities kick off here in Portland, OR at West End Bikes from 5 – 9 pm with food, drink, and a shenanigan or two. The commuter event officially launches on Tuesday, August 6th at the Wonder Ballroom. Bike work and tailoring (all ages) can be had from the hours of 5pm to 9pm, and for those that want a bit more entertainment, live music and gold sprints roll into action at 8pm (21 and over).

If you can’t make the Portland event, similar festivities will be happening soon in San Francisco, Denver, Austin, Minneapolis, and Brooklyn.

Flyer past the break.

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Comments

JimmyZ - 08/01/13 - 12:11am

I will only go for the exclusive VIP experience. Full custom tailored denim skin suit, meet and greet with the bands, and commuting by bicycle lessons, with free training wheels. Because I don’t want to be confused for somebody who is just commuting because they need to get to a job they work at. I commute for its own sake. When you are on your way to work on a bicycle, know that I pity you, but in a way that requires you to keep your distance and refrain from eye contact.

spokejunky - 08/01/13 - 7:00am

Looks like someone read this post on how to make a logo.

Julien M. - 08/01/13 - 10:09am

Uh, did someone leave their Adobe Illustrator layout guides on Portland-Flyer.png ?

jonathan - 08/06/13 - 5:58pm

It’s like they completely forgot about Tucson as a cycling city.

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