Sunday, August 8, 2010

So you want to attend the Lock-In?

Well you're not alone.

People will be banging down the doors and begging on their hands and knees for a chance to be a part of the Lock-In experience.

Unfortunately, not everyone will make the cut. There is a limit to the number of people that can have the time of their lives on that January weekend.

So how do we determine who gets a golden ticket?

You, the Lock-In applicant, will determine whether or not you make it through the Skatium's pearly gates.

There will be several (simple) steps necessary to completely cement your spot in the Lock-In.

First off, it must be stated that if you have been directed to this blog by a member of STL Bike Polo, we think you have great Lock-In potential. Just don't blow it!

Second, if you want to secure your spot in our 24-hour bike polo circus, you need to let us know.

You can do this buy emailing us at STLBikePoloLockIn at gmail dot com.

In that email, please include the following:

1.) Your Name.
2.) Your Polo Club.
3.) Why do you want to attend the Lock-In?
4.) What do you expect from the Lock-In?
5.) Do you plan on sleeping at the Lock-In?
6.) If you attended last year's Lock-In, what would you do/change to make this year's Lock-In better?
7.) What will you do at or bring to the Lock-In to make it a better experience for the people around you?
8.) Complete this sentence: Having fun is ___________.
9.) Describe yourself with one word.
10.) Are you ready to have a blast at the Lock-In?

If you can complete that simple task, you are well on your way to being a part of the greatest annual bike polo gathering ever.


  1. O'Fallon will donate a couple beers per person. I just need to give them a firm date. Do we have that yet?

  2. We're expecting about 500 people, right? A thousand beers should be almost enough.