timbo61 wrote:What with the Mardi Gras just finishing etc, I don't know if my party dress will be back from the dry cleaners in time for the ride.
vicjane wrote:timbo61 wrote:What with the Mardi Gras just finishing etc, I don't know if my party dress will be back from the dry cleaners in time for the ride.
You better start sewing & stitching sequins now then
enzed wrote:The off camp-site dances might have been a bit "daggy", but they were better than on camp site entertainment which usually only goes to about 10.30pm.
Ah well, it looks like I'll be spending my evenings in the local pubs this trip - which should be fun anyway.
It's hard being "young" on the these rides. I was 24 when I first started volunteering on similar events, and a bit of nightowl as well (still am actually), so any late night entertainment was/is better than nothing.
Tell them to get on their bikes. Then you may be have some influence on the choice of music played, clothes worn and fitness of your young friends
Directeur Sportif wrote:vicjane, they are on their bikes, they are just not going on events like this. While I don't think dance parties to 4:30 AM are the answer, certainly some new ideas to attract a younger crowd wouldn't go astray. Otherwise the ride will become the Big Zimmerframe push in 10 years time, with compulsory nanna naps and tours of retirement villages.
rjb wrote:There's nothing quite like dancing the night away to the music of retro Michael Jackson songs in a 80's polyester dress
It's fun playing dress-up (even more-so when guys are "dressed" up as well)
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