NACCC Atlanta Polo Tournament

The North American Cycle Courier Championships are coming up the weekend of the 8th in Atlanta GA. Festivities include a group ride on Friday, foot down, skids, track stand, and of course the main event; the courier race. Our friends at Atlanta Bike Polo are also hosting a Polo Tournament coinciding with the race weekend. Details are as follows from League of Bike Polo...

Friday, October 8, 2010 - Sunday, October 10, 2010
A bike polo tournament and pick-up in Atlanta the same weekend as NACCC's. Come on down to the dirty south for some polo and bikes.
Thursday and Friday- 7:00 pm Pick-up games til 11pm at our Wylie St. courts
Satuday-Sunday- 11:00am 2 day tournament with qualifiers on Saturday and finals on Sunday. The tournament will be held in historic Grant Park with all of the events that are happening for NACCC's.
Registration will $15/pp you can pre-register on fri the 8th at pick up and on saturday morning.

If you want booze on sunday buy it saturday, you can't buy alcohol on sunday in Ga.

Contact info:
Court size: 40x80 2x
Grant Park Atlanta, GA
755 Boulevard Southeast
Atlanta, GA
United States

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