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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Sparky's hosts jam and warehouse sale

Posted By on Wed, Nov 12, 2014 at 12:53 PM

Photo by Wes McGrath courtesy of Sparky's Distribution
  • Photo by Wes McGrath courtesy of Sparky's Distribution

Photo by Wes McGrath courtesy of Sparky's Distribution

The boys of Sparky’s open their doors today for a jam like no other. Home to BMX brands Subrosa, the Shadow Conspiracy, Rant, Mutiny, Banned and Bone Deth, this is ground zero for high quality BMX bikes, parts, accessories and apparel. Today is a chance to get your hands on some new goodies at their scratch-and-dent sale, but not everything is scratched or dented. Be prepared; it’s cash only. While the sale’s happening

there’s also a fun, laid-back, no-pressure jam in the parking lot with prizes for highest hop, best trick on the Subrosa Street Rail and more. Feel free to shred the jam on the ramp with your favorite Sparky’s Distribution riders – like Lahsaan Kobza, Grant Castelluzzo or Seth Burns – but all riders must wear a helmet and have a signed waiver to ride. JAM.

10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15 | Sparky’s Distribution Warehouse, 210 E. Palmetto Ave., Longwood | theshadowconspiracy.com | free

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