Hey ya'll - We're doing it again! And, I'll have a mic, and a bucket of raffle tickets, and lots of prizes and will be throwing stuff at you...watch your heads! All for a great cause....

Come join Team Sticky Fingers in a night of fun-and-frolic to raise FUNds for Phoenix Bikes at the 3rd Annual Tour de France Viewing Party!

We're once again taking over the WHOLE second floor at The GOAT in Clarendon.

Thursday, July 25th
The G.O.A.T.
3028 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia 22201

$5 Admission / Raffle Tix $5/each - 5 for $20 (available online or onsite)
Doors Open: 6:30pm / Stage Begins 8:00pm and we'll be there until the broadcast finished (after 10ish...)

Grab your ticket today so you can stop by after your training ride (bike parking near Clarendon Metro) or get your friends together for a night of fun, food, drink and frolic.

All the screens will be tuned in to Stage 18 including the big screen smack in the middle of the place. To see all the prizes we have up for grabs check out the Facebook Event Page or follow Team Sticky Fingers on Twitter (@tsfracing).

And, don't know much about pro racing? This is the time to learn what it's all about in a fun atmosphere with friendly faces.

Check out these amazing sponsors that are already supporting this event with door prizes and more - don't miss out! This list keeps growing!

Acme Pie Co.
Bicycling Realty Group of Keller Williams
Bikenetic - Full Service Bicycle Shop
Capital Bikeshare
City Bikes
District Hardware and Bike
Dominion Cycling Photography
Fare Well
Handy Bikes
Haymarket Bicycles LLC
KIND Snacks
Lafayette Square Tour of Scandal, Assassination & Intrigue
Naked Cycling
Phoenix Bikes
Port City Brewing Company
ProBike FC
Rachel Kristy Hats!
Skratch Labs
Spokes Etc.
Sticky Fingers Sweets & Eats
Teaism Penn Quarter
Technology Trends Group
The Bike Lane
VeloFit Physical Therapy

About Stage 18: According to CyclingStage.com the 18th stage of the Tour de France is the first stage in the Alps. Following intermediate climbs up the Col de Vars, Col dIzoard and Col du Galibier the race ends with a descent to Valloire, which lies close to the summit of the Col du Télégraphe.

Phoenix Bikes' mission is to educate youth, promote bicycling, and build community. They transform local youth into bike mechanics and community leaders and relies on charitable donations to support their FREE youth and community programs. Phoenix Bikes is a 501c(3) organization.

Team Sticky Fingers is proud to work with Phoenix Bikes as our part of our mission to support the future of cycling. Seeing the progress the current crew of youth members has made, whether racing or building bikes, is inspiring and we want to keep that momentum going!