13.10.11 by Jeff

Mini Drome / Vancouver

Heads up Vancouver, Red Bull Mini Drome is coming to our city! Open to anyone 18+ with a fixed or single speed bike with at least 26″ wheels. Head to head battles for the fastest 10 laps. This looks awesome!

Red Bull Mini Drome Vancouver Velodrome fixed gear cycling contest

Full details below!

Red Bull Mini Drome

SINGLE SPEED BIKES WITH 26″ OR LARGER WHEELS ONLY

Location: Rocky Mountaineer Station
Address: 1755 Cottrell Street
FREE for Competitors and Spectators
Minimum 18 years of age
Qualifiers: 12pm
Main Event: 5:30pm

Pre-Register at Super Champion Bike Shop, 245 Main Street













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Joe

    this is so freaking rad. Time to go to Canada, which is luckily a short way away from Seattle. Pretty good stuff.

    • you should make the trek up here joe!

      • Joe

        Yeah! I defiantly should. Your success and artwork inspires me, Jeff. Next September I will be headed off to art school in Portland, chasing the dream. Thanks for making booooooom and supporting the community, man.

  • Jim

    Velodromes are too mainstream for these hipsters.





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