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Slow Bowl for the Slow Roll

If you’re a fan of Slow Roll Buffalo, and you want to help raise some funds and awareness for the pro-bike initiative, then there are fun and easy ways to do so. For example, get out your gloves and get ready to hit the lanes. No, not you winter gloves, bowling gloves! And instead of bike lanes, we’re hitting the bowling lanes.

Join us for a preseason fundraiser that in tandem supports one of our favorite host venues, this year a two-day party on Saturday-Sunday March 25th-26th, 2-6pm, at Kerns Avenue Bowling Center (163 Kerns Ave).

By bowling a few rounds, you will be helping to offset the costs of the free weekly ride. In order to get thousands of cyclists rolling through the streets of Buffalo, there are some costs associated with the adventure.

Not only will there be auctions, raffles, and new merchandise featured at the event, the 2017 Slow Roll schedule will be announced. 

Karaoke hosted by our SAG volunteer and life-of-the-afterparty, LeDonia Boyd!

To take part in the Slow Bowl event, all you need to do is show up and pay $10. The donation gets you a lane for one hour, a ball, and bowling shoes. Best of all, you’re supporting a great event that continues to advocate for safe cycling in Buffalo.

Slow Bowl for the Slow Roll

Saturday, March 25 and Sunday, March 26 2017

2 PM to 6 PM both days

Kerns Ave Bowling Center | 163 Kerns Avenue | Buffalo, New York 14211

See Facebook event for details

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