Rider Village is where it all comes together at the Washington Bike MS Ride! Rider Village is the home of Team Row, the exciting start/finish celebrations, team photos, parties, the beer garden and much, much more! Pop by for mechanical support, check in at registration, stash your bike in the bike corral, enjoy a tasty meal or beverage and fully experience the community of Bike MS!
Following is just a taste of the fun that awaits you and your team in Rider Village.
Team Row: Your Home in Rider Village!
Team Row is located in the heart of Rider Village and is reserved for top fundraising teams that are awarded with a private team tent to gather and celebrate throughout the weekend. Teams qualify for Team Row based on the fundraising and recruitment levels below. Many Team Row teams will host a Friday evening party in their tent to kick-off the weekend festivities. Teams bring music, food, personal massage therapists, decorations and much more to make the experience memorable and unique! Teams also compete for coveted Team Award titles such as “Best Team Tent” and “Most Team Spirit” as showcased through their extravagant Team Tent decorations and coordinated apparel.
Take advantage of this great opportunity to join Team Row by contacting us: teamMSnorthwest@nmss.org.
Advantages of being on Team Row
Team Captains: Reserve your Team Tent by setting your fundraising goal at your desired, qualifying level and contact your Teams staff to reserve your spot.
Maximize your Team Row Experience!
Qualify* for Team Row:
* Team Row Qualification is based on your team raising $10,000 or more the previous year, or by raising 75% of your team fundraising goal by August 3, 2014. This policy also applies to veteran teams that would like to qualify for a larger team tent than their previous year's fundraising has earned them.
From Northbound I-5:
From Southbound I-5:
What is the alcohol policy in Rider Village?
While a cold beer might be just the thing to top off a great day of riding, please understand that the serving of alcohol in our Rider Village requires everyone to act responsibly and abide by state liquor laws. Please follow these simple but important policies to ensure the safety of all participants and understand your liability as the team host when providing alcohol.
What is the Good Neighbor Policy?
There is limited space in the Team Village, and we want to make sure everyone has a comfortable, fun, and relaxing experience. We ask that your team please adhere to the following Good Neighbor policies: