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Denver No-Coast Classic

Posted in Social Life, We Party Pretty Hard by fkngmtns on March 23, 2010

The Tunes

Kingdom of Magic:

Playing mind-ripping stoner jams for the typical substance abuser, this prolific power trio carries the torch for Denver’s heavy music legion. Dudes, booze, and attitudes.

The Lonesome Death of Jordy Verrill:

With a lineup consisting of members from such canonized groups as Blackout Pact, Taun Taun, and Mustangs & Madras, this punk rock outfit is destined for local fame and fortune.

Black Acid Devil:

Hailing from the dark hallows of Boulder, Black Acid Devil is a pleasant anomaly among the often ostracized foothills community. Playing heavy psychedelic-Doom riffs and sludgy grooves, this band sets the perfect mood for getting fucked-up on cheap beer.

The Race

The first round of a monthly series, the Denver No-Coast Classic is an indoor roller race for urban cyclists.  Two track bikes are set up on stationary rollers and connected to a video projection that monitors each racer’s speed and distance. The tournament operates as a “free-for-all” style, allowing any two racers to challenge each other in virtual head-to-head time trials. The fastest riders will move on to the championship race.  Bicycles will be provided, and entry is free.  The winners will receive praise and applause from the crowd and some kick-ass prizes. 

Make sure to arrive at the event before 9 pm to race.

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  1. Garrett said, on March 30, 2010 at 11:14 pm

    is there an age restriction on the rollers race? My 19 y/o friend wants to attend?

  2. Casey said, on April 5, 2010 at 4:25 pm

    We’ve got a ton of pics from round one up on coastless.com


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