Theme Ride Thursday: Are You Ready for Back to School?

It’s time for the kiddos to head back to school. While we’re all getting used to the new routine, we’ve pulled our favorite back-to-school profiles and updated our back-to-school playlist.

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Theme Ride Thursday: Woodstock 50th Anniversary

In honor of both Woodstock 1969 and 2019, we’ve compiled two playlists for your use. We’ve pared down our 1969 playlist since so much of it isn’t really “spinnable.” Our 2019 playlist includes all of the originally booked artists, although headliners like Jay-Z and John Fogerty have pulled out from the event.

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Mainstream Music Monday: It’s Time to Sprint

A song that’s perfect to sprint to from an extremely versatile pop artist.

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Theme Ride Thursday: States and Cities in the US

It’s time for summer road trips and the kids in the back asking, “Are we there yet?”

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Quick Profile: Rolling Ride to Sturgis

The 79th Sturgis rally takes places this year from August 2 through August 11. Why not get in on the fun and try our newest profile from guest contributor Amanda Kirlin?

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Theme Ride Thursday: Sturgis 2019

To complement our recent Rolling Ride to Sturgis profile, we’ve compiled a playlist of artists that have played at the Buffalo Chip.

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Mainstream Music Monday: Grab a Caipirinha and Cool Down

This song just screams summertime to me.

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Quick Profile: Red, White, and BOOM—A Fourth of July Profile

Summers in the US are filled with holidays. Use this Fourth of July profile as a baseline for your summer holiday rides and simply swap out some songs to make it appropriate for Memorial Day, Fourth of July, or Labor Day.

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Theme Ride Thursday: Jailhouse Rock

Break out some temporary tattoos, and train for a jailbreak with our newest playlist!

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Quick Profile: Math Whiz

This new quick profile by Elan McAfee will get you thinking while performing descending intervals! Don’t be surprised if your students described it as “the best and the worst class ever.”

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