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WPGC Tigger HIV/AIDs ride 9/30/07 - October 1, 2007, 10:37 AM

Did anyone go to this ride?
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October 1, 2007, 10:45 AM

No but I heard that they had a REALLY good turn out and a great time was had by all. I wish I could have done both. Maybe next year.


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October 1, 2007, 10:50 AM

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Did anyone go to this ride?

Didn't make the ride but attened the cookout at Rosaryville Park. It was a nice turn out (bikes and non-riders). Nice family event.
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Didn't make the ride but attened the cookout at Rosaryville Park. It was a nice turn out (bikes and non-riders). Nice family event.
Yeah i was there, the ride was great. There were probably over 1000 bikes that showed up. the F up thing was that $20 registration fee was basically just for the ride alone, you got nothing, not even a bottle of water. All and all it was fun though.
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October 1, 2007, 11:09 AM

I thought the $20 was for the cookout? It wasn't?


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I thought the $20 was for the cookout? It wasn't?
That's what most thought too...so basically Tigger owes me and my boys $20 each
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October 1, 2007, 12:01 PM

wait.. so it was an extra 20 for the cookout??
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wait.. so it was an extra 20 for the cookout??
there were no set price on the food or drinks...you'll have to pay along the way. Anyhow it was fun though, still Tigger robbed us.
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October 1, 2007, 02:20 PM

it was a nice turn out bikes everywhere, the ride was sweet to. police had the roads blocked off bikes had the lights block over 100 bikes in a pack just cruising along
the $20 was the register for the ride or go in the park once you got a wrist band you could go in and thats what cost $20
only downfall was the food situation not enough eat or drinks for the mannnny bikes that was there but it was $20 for a good cost, claim it on your taxes!
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there were no set price on the food or drinks...you'll have to pay along the way. Anyhow it was fun though, still Tigger robbed us.
We got hoodwinked...bamboozled...led astray! The first 750 people that registered got a blue meal ticket. Everyone else was just shyt out of luck. But of course they weren't gonna disclose that info before hand because nobody would've participated.

Everyone was under the impression that the $20 was for FOOD, entertainement (Go Go bands), the ride, and AIDS test. If people would've known that their $20 wasn't gonna get them a meal, I doubt hardly anyone would've went.

People stood in that food line for over 2.5 hours only to get turned away. No meal ticket, no food. Sorry slim.

It was a nice family event though. Lotta bikes, lotta people, and no drama. Can't be mad at that.

Oh...and I'm HIV/AIDS negative! Who wants to screw me?!


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We got hoodwinked...bamboozled...led astray! The first 750 people that registered got a blue meal ticket. Everyone else was just shyt out of luck. But of course they weren't gonna disclose that info before hand because nobody would've participated.

Everyone was under the impression that the $20 was for FOOD, entertainement (Go Go bands), the ride, and AIDS test. If people would've known that their $20 wasn't gonna get them a meal, I doubt hardly anyone would've went.

People stood in that food line for over 2.5 hours only to get turned away. No meal ticket, no food. Sorry slim.

It was a nice family event though. Lotta bikes, lotta people, and no drama. Can't be mad at that.

Oh...and I'm HIV/AIDS negative! Who wants to screw me?!
lol you ain't right. thats nice that you tested negative but the question is, did the person you brought home after the ride test negative? LOL j/k
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lol you ain't right. thats nice that you tested negative but the question is, did the person you brought home after the ride test negative? LOL j/k
Good one Pink...
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October 2, 2007, 04:41 PM

yea, good ride. had to leave the park and come back for food.

although the ride was a little disorganized (i don't think everyone was supposed to get so separated lol ), i have to admit it was nice being able to do 100mph down an open beltway or speed past cops that were busy holding traffic for us.

also i bought a raffle ticket online but didnt get one when i got to RFK. so $20 gone to waste (other than donating to HIV/AIDS fund).

all-in-all a good event. ordinary hic-ups for a 1st annual mass event good turnout and diversity in bikes/sex/race/location etc.


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Yea, it was a great turnout....... Around 1700 bikers....... $20 for the ride, t-shirt, food and to see RE and Mambo Sauce......... Im not mad at all...... The blue meal ticket line was way to long.... Once Tigger saw that he messed up on the flyer he told everyone else to go to the line for the Henrys food..... We ate damn good and for free......lol

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