Final Slow Roll Oshkosh of the year


Tonight is shaping up to be a great evening for a bike ride!  And you are in luck, as tonight is the final Slow Roll Oshkosh session.   Here are the details from the Slow Roll camp:

One of our most favorite Oshkosh restaurants is celebrating their 40th Anniversary…and they want to celebrate with you!!!

here’s the details:
the Chalice is awesome and they have awesome food…and just for you Rollers, they are setting up a special buffet of their favs (chicken bites, tomato salad (don’t even get me started on that tomato salad), pasta salad, garlic bread etc…all for just $10

AND…rail drinks, bloodies, old fashioneds, just $4

(get it…4 and 10 = 40 years!!! excellent!!!)

buffet is pre-Roll only…so come early…after roll 25% off any menu item!!!

besides that, we’re gonna have an excellent North Side route…and lots of fun (lights recommened as we’ll ride through sunset)

AND…an important note on parking…Chalice lot pretty small…please park directly across the street in the massive lot adjacent to Pick and Save so there is ample room for all!

and remember to tell your friends and neighbors…as we’re not gonna do this again for another 6 months!:)

as a reminder…pretty please with sugar on top if you’re driving over, park in Pick and Save Lot directly across the street from the Chalice.

come hungry as our amazing host restaurant is putting on a buffet spread just for us…

arrive 5:30, roll 6:30

rad drink specials both before and aft (and it’s the Chalice’s 40th anniversary…which is super cool!)

COST: Free

FROM THE ORGANIZERS:  Slow Roll Oshkosh ‘rolls’ the third Tuesday of the month May through October.  The ride is appropriate for all ages, skill level, and types of bike.  The pace is slow, allowing riders to enjoy the surroundings and highlights of the city. Rides are around 5 miles. Bring a helmet, be nice, don’t litter, and have fun.

NOTE ON WEATHER:  Rides are for nice weather.  Cancellations will be shared at

photo by Slow Roll Oshkosh


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Justin is the founding editor of the Oshkosh Independent.

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