its been quite sometime since the last movie nite, which was loads of fun

And here’s the next one

Location: at BumsOnTheSaddle

When: 6:30pm on the 7th Mar 2009 (a saturday)

Theme: umm .. dont wear your cycling spandex. We want folks to be comfortable.

What to expect: No idea. The biking movie is yet to be short listed, but we guarantee its going to be loads of fun.

And its a Bring Your Own Bottle (B.Y.O.B) event (Bottle can be interpreted as Orange Juice or Beer. Whatever floats your boat. Dont plan to get too high, remember we are already three stories high).

If the sales on Saturday are decent we might throw some food in too. Yay !

This is a good time to bring those unsuspecting soon-to-be-converted-non-biker friends and proudly showcase your biking buddies.

Please do leave a comment in case you plan to drop in. If you feel like helping us setup before the show let us know (why do I feel like Tom Sawyer)

Spread the word and let the show begin !

although we encourage you to spread the word about the movie nite, avoid wasting paper. If you really really … really really want to print this to build awareness, you may download the poster from here

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Rohan Kini

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT CYCLING I love riding my bike. Whether it's a simple commute, a high-intensity road race, a jaw-grinding brevet, fixie rides thru packed Indian city or a kick-ass technical single track – I love it all. Apart from riding bicycles, I love being all geeky and know everything there is to know about bicycles, technology, bike fit, and service. I started BUMSONTHESADDLE to share this passion for cycling. DISCIPLINE: Partial towards MOUNTAIN BIKING but love it all CURRENT BIKE(S): Specialized Rockhopper, Specialized Tarmac, Pure Cycles Original DREAM BIKE: S-Works Epic HT & S-Work Roubaix OTHER PASSIONS: Technology, Photography, Baking, Travel, and Reading

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