The Great Bike Bar-A-Thon Rides Again on Sept. 29

Bike-Bar-A-Thon for the LagoonAir up your tires, oil up your chains, and tighten your helmet strap! The Marine Resources Council (MRC) once again teams with the Great Bike-Bar-A-Thon Charity Bicycle Pub Crawl group to raise awareness and funds to save the Indian River Lagoon, Saturday, September 29, 2018! This is the Bicycle group’s 6th ride and their second collaboration with MRC. Their last ride raised over $3,000.00. The group hopes to attract over 100 riders and raise over $4,000.00 to benefit MRC’s effort to protect and improve the water quality of our cherished lagoon.

Pub Crawl participating venues include Sebastian’s most popular destinations such as, Riverview Park (12:30 p.m.), Pareidolia Brewing Co. (1:00 p.m.), Mash Monkeys Brewery Co. (1:40 p.m.), Capt’n Butcher’s Grille, Bar & Marina (2:25 p.m.), Capt. Hiram’s Resort (3:10 p.m.), Crab Stop of Sebastian (4:00 p.m.), Earl’s Hideaway Lounge and Tiki Bar (4:45 p.m.), Pelican Pub (5:30 p.m.), and the Tiki Bar & Grill (6:15 p.m.). MRC Executive Director Dr. Leesa Souto will be on the crawl to discuss all your lagoon questions and concerns.

The event is FREE to participate.

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Funds for the charity are raised through event shirt sales. Event shirts are $25, and you don’t want to be the only one on the ride without a shirt. All participants need to register for their shirt by September 8. Shirts are only available by preorder and are not available for sale the day of the event. If you do not wish to purchase a shirt we ask that you make a donation while you are along for the ride, every little bit helps. Proceeds from the event go to the Marine Resources Council’s efforts to save the Indian River Lagoon.

Event Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018   Time: 12:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Event Starting Location: Riverview Park at 415 E Independence St. Sebastian FL 32958. (Rider check in & event shirt pick up.)

Audience: Open to the general public.

Fee: $0.00–$25.00, participants must register by September 8 to receive a limited edition event t-shirt. To register please visit SaveTheIRL.org. The direct link is http://bit.ly/2w8vNVL, or you can call 321.725.7775.

Event Sponsorship: Show your support for the lagoon by adding your company logo to the event shirt for $100.00. Specialty sponsorships are available, please contact Steve at SharkeyMRC@gmail.com

Special Thanks to: Event organizer Christopher Russell (upther@gmail.com), event shirt designer Amber Goetz of Loud Liquid Ink, shirt sponsor David R. Heil, P.A. – Attorney at Law, & all the participating pub crawl destinations.

For more event information and to register please visit: SaveTheIRL.org or http://bit.ly/2w8vNVL.

Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/360747414331376/.

We hope you will join us at this fun event to help raise awareness and funds for the well-being of the Indian River Lagoon. If you are unable to register at this time, your participation as a volunteer is encouraged. For more information on MRC and efforts to save the lagoon please visit: www.SaveTheIRL.org. For volunteer information please visit: http://mrcirl.org/how-to-help/become-a-volunteer.

 


Established in 1983, the Marine Resources Council of East Florida, Inc. is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit charitable organization whose mission is to improve water quality and to protect and restore the fish and wildlife resources of the Indian River Lagoon, coastal waters, inshore reefs, and the watershed by advocating and using sound science, education, and the involvement of the public at large.  MRC is a donor and grant base funded organization. For more information please visit SaveTheIRL.org.

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