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Choppercabras 9th Annual Spring Thing!! Where: Atomic Cycles 17322 Saticoy st. Van Nuys, CA 91406 (818) 609-0113 When: Sunday, May 30th, Noon Sharp! Choppercabras 9th annual Spring Thing is a bicycle event unparalleled in all of Los Angeles, perhaps all the globe! Bicycles bashed, blood spilled, hot dogs eaten, 2 wheeled mayhem unlike anything you’ve ever seen! (unless you’ve been to one of these before.) And it’s all free! Did I mention hot dogs? What you will need: 1. You ready to have fun 2. A bicycle in good working order 3. You dressed up as your favorite video game charcater. Dress up, it’s more fun. A note on the time. Do your best to arrive on time or you’ll miss out on all the fun, we don’t wait for you, as there will be hundreds of people there on time ready to ride. We start at Noon, not hipster time, but real time. How to get here: By Car: 101 Exit Balboa, head North until you hit Saticoy, make a left go till you see Louise, park. The event location is ? block west of Louise in the south side of Saticoy. Parking in the back will be taken up by event stuff, best to park on the street. From 118 as above but south on Balboa, make a right on Saticoy. From 405 exit Sherman Way go West until you hit Louise, North on Louise as above. By Bike: Take Orange line to Louise, North on Louise until you are at Saticoy, go west on Saticoy, follow the noise and smells, you’re there! By Plane: Look for mess of bikes, parachute into Ralph’s parking lot, and watch out for Coldstone patrons, they may eat you. As always you get some free shwag at Choppercabras events. Buttons Spoke Cards Route Maps Events: Excitebike: 16” BMX bike in a elimination race over and through jumps. 10 laps, 6 riders, top three move up to the final round. Two elimination heats. I have bikes and helmets for this one, prepare to get hurt. * Donkey Kong: A tall bike race on 20” semi-mini tall bikes, 15 laps with a guy in a gorilla costume trying to knock you off your bike with foam barrels. You will get hurt. * Joust: Tall bike jousting, single elimination only the strongest will survive to win the trophy. Do you have what it takes? Most certainly, positively will you get hurt on this one. * Paper Boy Alley Cat: This one you bring your own bike, 20 racers max. You have to do several laps on a course around the shop, each lap you must get your paper in the trash can or you have to try again. A fast bike, fast legs and a good throwing arm will carry the day. Expect to crash and of course, get hurt on this one. *Special bikes will be provided for these events. You still need a bicycle for the ride on the ride. The Ride: We will do a few miles at a leisurely pace through the mean streets of the San Fernando Valley. We ride a few miles, we go slowly, and we try and keep the ride together. We like to see all riders occupy the right lane only of the street so we can co-exist with traffic and maximize our fun. The cause if fun, pick fights with people in cars on your ride, not ours. This is a cruise, a put, a crawl, not a race just so you know. When we get done we will be back at Atomic Cycles for the bb-q. Did I mention free hot dogs? The BB-Q: Back to base for some dogs and conversation, now time to relax. Dogs are free until they run out. There is a bar in the same parking lot, a liquor store and grocery across the street just so you know. The End: Hang out as much as you like, but the show is over folks! Help cleaning up is always appreciated. Notes/FYI/etc. Show up with a bike ready to ride, any kind of bike is welcome. Do not show up with a basket case or a bike that needs major repairs, you may not get them. I do not loan bicycles for the ride. Bring a bike that is rideable to the ride, save yourself the embarrassment and be ready. Dress up in costume. It’s ok; you’ll still be “cool” if you dress up. Show up on time. Noon. I recommend not partying until 5 am the night before if you want to make it on time. I’ve heard all the excuses and I don’t care because it is you who will miss out. Filmers: I want copies. Feel free to photograph for personal use. Professional use, get in touch first. I want copies. The Ring of Death. The Ring of Death or “ROD” is the ring of car tires that the events take place in. Entering the ring of death means you are accepting that you may get hurt, will most likely get hurt, and are not going to cry to me later about your injuries. If you jump in the ring to take a picture, you may get hurt, you may damage your gear. If you find this too dangerous, then by all means: STAY ON THE SAFE SIDE OF THE ROD! You have been duly warned. Audience Participation of aforementioned events. If you want to participate in an event you may understand that you may (well, for sure) come under some form of bodily harm. There have never been more serious injures than some cuts and bruises but just so you know, these events are a bit rough. No kids may do an event but the ride. Sorry. If you
Rider: Frankie About: The only shot taken with my 70-200 that made the cut. Getting a nice sharp foreground image with a motion-blurred background is, IMHO, very difficult to do. Even this foreground isn't exactly perfect... Strobist: SB-28 Camera Left @ ~1/4 power, zoomed to 85mm You: Feel free to offer feedback or advice on how you might make a shot like this better. I welcome constructive criticism as a means of improving my photography. If you like it "as is", that's nice to know too!