Last modified: January 7, 2014

#laterblog:  Anna Blogs Funkadelic Year End Party

A few weeks ago, the community gathered to celebrate at the Funkadelic End of Year Party at Sunrise Cycles.  The invite said we would “party until sunrise…”

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… a threat I should have taken more seriously at the outset of the party.

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(^ That's a unicorn.  I swear.)

Sunrise holds a special warm and gooey spot in my heart because it is the official shop sponsor of my Koochella women’s track team (look for us next season… our kits will make your eyes bleed).  My teammates have similar warm and gooey heart spots, so they were also out in full force to support the shop.

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Good Friends

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Good Feels

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Good Talks

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Kristian

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Hanah and Lilah

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Aaron and His Injuries

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Exercise biking

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The "piece de resistance" of the evening came at about 4:30am when 2013 Season Koochella Star Sprinter, Steph, (who claims she isn’t just a sprinter… she’s other stuff too, you guys!) crashed the miniature clown bike and did this:

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The End

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