Sunday, December 11, 2011
Saturday, October 29, 2011
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Big thanks to the amazing fellas at HR Lounge who let us end our SHEnanigans in their bar and who also donated Lincoln Stars Hockey Tickets to participants as well as various goods to the Friendship Home! Rick and Heath, you guys are amazing!
Another big thank you to all the lovely ladies who made the hustle a success: Berly Brown, Elisabeth Reinkordt, Angela Garbacz, Sydney Brown, Gina Kovanda, and Lindsey McCallister!
Monday, October 24, 2011
(sorry for the lateness, bitches!)
Under Capital Pkwy/27th st Bridge
Come help celebrate Paddy's 33rd years young!
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Sandy: In Defined Space
This hustle, sponsored by women of Sheclismo, is also a fundraiser for the Friendship Home. In light of that, entry fee is either a $5 donation to Friendship Home, or an item from the following list:
-cough or cold medicine
See you tomorrow evening!
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Thursday 8-25-11, meet at 8 at Woods park, in the area just north of the baseball/softball field, race at 830pm. Suggested items to bring: small bag to carry something, can opener, and a flashlight. Race entry $3. Bring at least $5-6 extra cash for buying required items during the race. Hasta el jueves!
start is here:
Saturday, August 20, 2011
Sunday, July 31, 2011
Gravel Worlds is an approximately 150-mile gravel endurance race starting and ending in Lincoln, Nebraska, on August 20, 2011, and hosted by the Pirate Cycling League. For more information or to register, visit http://piratecyclingleague.blogspot.com
Video shot and edited by Elisabeth Reinkordt with music by the DK'd Willies, featuring Darin Schlake on vocals.
Monday, July 25, 2011
Celebrating 2 years of fun and friends
nature x mushy x delicious race
Categories for SS/Fixed, Gears.
Cash $, prizes, fun, pride:
Thursday, 28th 2011
$5 to race, meet where the original hustle met, 2 years ago,
(don't know where that is?, look/ask around, you may just find out)
21+ Also, you 'may' want some extra money for drinks...
manifest 7:30, race 8:00
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
More photos to come . . .
Thursday, June 30, 2011
Frequently Asked Hustle Questions:
Q: Do I need a team to race?
A: No. You'll form teams at the start. This is why showing up between 7 and & 7:30 is important.
Q: Do I need to wear a costume?
A: Costumes are awesome.
Q: So, I need to bring a die?
A: Yep. Dice will be needed if you want to try to steal points from other teams.
Q: But it's hot out!
A: Drink some water.
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Saturday, May 28, 2011
Van Dorn Park.
Bikes required, lights and helmets recommended, bag of some sort might be a good idea...
Click the link for Facebook RSVP & more details.
Saturday, May 14, 2011
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Monday, March 28, 2011
Sunday, March 13, 2011
Start at the closed bridge on the Bison Trail
Meet at 730, Ride at 8.
Highest scoring word wins.
Race ends 45 minutes after first rider finishes.
Finishing involves assembling a word with as many letters from the checkpoints.
1st rider to finish: triple word score
2nd rider to finish: double word score
3rd rider to finish: triple letter score (any one of the rider’s letters)
4th rider to finish: double letter score (any one of the rider’s letters)
Using seven letters for one word ‘bingo’: 50 points
All checkpoints are optional. Riders must have a word to finish. Only letters that are used to form a word count toward scores. Only one letter can be used from each checkpoint.
Bring a shirt to the start in order to have it screen printed during the hustle.
Bring $5 to race.
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Race organizer: Amber Hollmann
Start/Time: Holdrege Bike Bridge 8pm
End: The Old Pub
Weather conditions: 5 inches of snow, 20s
Not being confident that this is a universal truth, I will still nonetheless at least put this forth as a reputation: winter cyclists are a little crazy. Sure, most of the dieharders will have their steady 9-5s and steady families among other steady things, but amassing a group of cyclists – especially those psyched for a snow race – is one way to guarantee some measure of instability. When grandma hears I’ve been riding my bike in the snow and gasping for air ekes out her most sincere grandmotherly encouragement (“Well, be careful!”), I know I’ve fallen in with a fun crew.
Such we were, the 20-some-odd snow pirates that rallied on the Holdrege Bridge last Friday for a shloshing-good snow race, either with nothing better to do or only less-interestings to do. I came expecting a sense of camaraderie to instantly forge itself among the few, proud racers of the evening, assuming that only a handful of us would be high-fiving our way through the white streets. Much to my astonishment, there were 20+ present already and no more race cards! When I say cyclists are a little crazy, I suppose what I mean is a little awesome. Who knew so many would turn up in order to be sent out blitzing through the city over packed, powdered and treacherously quick-snowed streets.
We were given two checkpoints and a finish line, a simplified and improvised race that Amber had crafted hurriedly just hours before “GO!” set us loose. The hustle took us down Holdrege 20 blocks to the UNL East Campus Dairy Store where we found friendly Alex Reinkordt and hibernation expert Andrew Bedrous encouraging us to feed ourselves ice cream. Hopping on Holdrege again, we headed back to city campus where race correspondents awaited us at the Mueller Bell Tower. A Styrofoam cup with a shot of cocoa yum-yum liquor, ten spins around with a baseball bat (stick) held between our head/ground, and a dizzying jaunt around the tower on our bikes gave us the green light to barge on toward the finish at The Old Pub.
Arriving at the bar a cocktail of ice cream, cocoa, sweat and high-fives, I unburdened myself of exterior layers and enjoyed a nice cooling-off on the sidewalk of 11th street as Ryana Swift, who had eclipsed my panting self in the last three blocks of the race, had a victory smoke next to me. I was completely disheveled and happy to be finished, and as others continued to arrive we cheered them into the bar.
The prizes are not often in the forefront of my mind as a racer, but this one had a terrific painting by terrific painter Kim Brown in the mix.
Many of us paid the for a $1 raffle ticket to be in the drawing for any number of other prizes as well: bike-themed journals, Kum&Go boxers and tickets to the Prairie Pride film festival were among these second-tier trophies. After prizes and a brief “Thanks!” from Amber, we too thanked her with our cheers.
We might be a bit crazy in some minds, but a few other adjectives like “fun,” “eager,” and “friendly” define us just as aptly.
Thursday, February 24, 2011
the hustle is still ON.
i have decided to take one checkpoint off making it a mere 5 mile race. honestly this is going to last no more than 30 minutes. UNLESS when we all gather at the starting line and the majority of you vote on having that 1 checkpoint.
come ready to vote. but having a 5 mile race will open up our friday evening to spend drinking and having good warm fun. whatever that means.questions, ask - otherwise i'll see you all tomorrow. .
***There will be a raffle [even if you don't race] at the OLD PUB prizes include 1 hour massage. 2 tickets to the Prairie Pride Film festival. herb garden. a small but totally awesome painting by Kim Brown. plus a few more. winners get prizes too. Race $5 / Raffle $1 / Old Pub [only] takes cash. there's an ATM so don't sweat. tell yer friends.
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Meet: Holdrege Bridge at 7:30
Dress warm and expect chilly/snowy/icy weather. Bring $5 to race and extra cash for the Raffle and Booze. The final checkpoint is the Old Pub and they only accept cash. If you know a minor who is racing let me know so they can get in the pub O.K. The bartender needs to know or else... (minors only allowed in bar until 10)
-1 hour massage
-Kim Brown Painting
and maybe some other goodies.
Then March will bring us the second annual DAN KROLL SCRABBLE HUSTLE