As it turns out, Twitter could handle an Arab Spring but it couldn’t handle Saturday’s Miami Bike Hunt, which sent 100 two-person teams of prize-hungry cyclists throughout South Beach to conquer a list of whacked-out challenges (for example, “Photograph a lemur in a diaper” — turns out there were two on Lincoln Road).
Update: The prepay period is officially over! If you did not prepay for the Hunt, you can not participate. Please do not show up on Saturday expecting to pay in person. We will not be accepting any team registration fees on the day of the Hunt. — 11/8/12, 12:10 p.m.
Attention sly cyclists of Miami: On Saturday, November 10, Beached Miami and Emerge Miami invite you to take part in the second-annual Miami Bike Hunt for a chance to win amazing prizes. Here’s how it works:
— Form a two-person team (no more, no less)
— Tackle an inexhaustible list of fun South Beach-based challenges (provided by us on the day of the hunt)
— To earn points, share photos of completed challenges via Twitter with the hashtag #bikehunt305 (at least one team member must have a Twitter account and a way to upload photos to Twitter on the fly)
— The team with the most points at the end of the hunt wins the grand prize
Bikes, art, beer. That’s the short and skinny of the G-Spot Bike Ride this coming Saturday, Nov. 26, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Led by the TM Sisters, the ride will stop at new art installations throughout Downtown, Wynwood, and the Design District. The installations are part of the G-Spot Tour, a Grolsch-sponsored project curated by contemporary art curator and writer Claire Breukel that gave 10 Miami artists, including las hermanas TM, free reign to create whatever their aesthetic hearts desired. To learn more about the artworks, the project, and how you can win an iPad 2 just for taking a photo, visit gspotartproject.com.
The ride on Saturday will end at The Stage for a round of complimentary Grolsch. The after party is open to one and all, so feel free to drop by The Stage whether you come on the ride or not. Of course, you should come on the ride, if not for the art then to work off the Thanksgiving turkey/tofurkey. To RSVP and learn more details, visit the G-Spot Bike Ride event page on Facebook.