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PHOTO GALLERY: First annual Boone Dawdle

Saturday, August 21, 2010 | 6:32 p.m. CDT
Daniel Beerman decorates his bike with streamers on Saturday at Shiloh Bar & Grill before departing on the Boone Dawdle bike ride to Les Bourgeois winery in Rocheport. The bike ride was part of the first annual Boone Dawdle, which was sponsored by True/False and Off the Track Events as a fundraiser for the True/False Film Festival. Once at the winery, ticket holders for the event had a list of activities including a picnic style dinner, a concert, and a movie showing. True/False also provided shuttles back to Columbia throughout the evening.

COLUMBIA —True/False and Off the Track Events sponsored the first annual Boone Dawdle, a bike ride from Shiloh Bar & Grill to Les Bourgeois winery in Rocheport, on Saturday. The event is a fundraiser for the True/False Film Festival and included a dinner and a movie at Les Bourgeois.

 

Tom Brinker, right, helps Daniel Leeman assess what problems his bike was having and how to fix them before Leeman began his bike ride on Saturday at Shiloh Bar & Grill, the starting point for The Boone Dawdle. The bike ride from Shiloh's in Columbia to Les Bourgeois winery in Rocheport was part of the first annual Boone Dawdle, a ride sponsored by True/False and Off the Track Events as a fundraiser for the True/False Film Festival.

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