For most of us 2016 has been… something. It’s felt like a marathon being run with a pair of shoes that are two sizes too small; sure you’re going to get where you’re going but it’s not going to feel too good getting there. At the Bike Stop we’ve been trying to collectively exhale, count our blessings and do our best to get ready to welcome 2017 and everything it has to offer.
Thursday, December 8th @ 9pm.
Winter may be here, but we know how to keep you warm.
Remember Vice has a free coat check and all you geared up studs in one place make it pretty hot.
You know what comes next right..?
It’s the Run Down…..
If you know this part, skip to the Bottom (even if you’re a Top!)
Vice is Philadelphia’s Monthly Gear Party
It is held at the Bike Stop
and can be found every 2nd Thursday.
What is Gear?
Traditional code structured parties have a more strict definition of gear
At Vice “gear” exists within the same spectrum but is defined by what makes you feel sexy.
We are body positive
We are gear enthusiasts
We want to see you out in your gear
Leather, rubber, neoprene, Lycra, Sports kit, Military, Suits, pup gear, Levi’s, boots, jocks…..need we go on?
Free Door Prizes
Free Gear and Toy Raffle
Free clothing Check for your muggle clothes
Whiskey Special until Midnight
Wall to wall Gear clad studs
To participate in the raffle you’ll need to check in at the coat check.
The raffle starts at 12 in the pit.
We’ve added a few new products to our beer lineup here at the ‘Stop- including delicious lager from the fine folks at Brooklyn Brewery. It comes in at a comfortable 5.2% ABV. In the late 1800’s Brooklyn was one of the largest brewing centers in the country, home to more than 45 breweries. Lager beer in the “Vienna” style was one of the local favorites. Brooklyn Lager is amber-gold in color and displays a firm malt center supported by a refreshing bitterness and floral hop aroma. Caramel malts show in the finish. The aromatic qualities of the beer are enhanced by “dry-hopping”, the centuries-old practice of steeping the beer with fresh hops as it undergoes a long, cold maturation. The result is a wonderfully flavorful beer, smooth, refreshing and very versatile with food. Dry-hopping is largely a British technique, which we’ve used in a Viennese-style beer to create an American original.
Come in and have a cold one!