Bike Fetish Day

MOVED TO SUNDAY DUE TO YUCKY WEATHER!!!

SUNDAY, May 26th, 12noon – 6pm

Havemeyer street between Hope & Grand streets.

FREEEEE!

 IT’S A BLOCK PARTY FOR YOUR BICYCLE! The 9th Annual Bicycle Fetish Day features biking activities, bike competitions, bike rides, bicycle advocacy groups and artists selling their wares. With a BBQ grill and more, you couldn’t miss this yearly celebration of all things bicycle.

Bring Your Bikes Because We’ve Got Prizes!!!

Contests include: Best Vintage Bike, Best Shiny Bike, Best Family Bike, Best Mutant Bike, Best in Show and much more! Win great bike prizes donated by: Outlier Tailored Performance, Velo Brooklyn Bushwick Bike Shop, Affinity Cycles, and maybe, possibly, hopefully a bicycle or two.

Schedule for Bike Prizes:

Judging starts at 2pm

2:45: best vintage bike

3:15: Best Mutant Bike

3:45: Best Commuter

4:15: Best Handmade

4:45: Best Small Wheel

5:15: Best Ugly Bike

5:45: Best in Show

Cycling, Artists, and informational booths including:
BIKENY, Transportation Alternatives, Times UP!, Taliah Lempert Bicycle Paintings, Outlier Tailored Performance, POW! Neighbors Allied for Good Growth, Coast Cycles, MER Bags, d’emploi, Horse Cycles, Velo Brooklyn, Vaya Bike Products, Bicycle donated by NYC Bikes AND MORE.  Want a table?  Contact Bill Scanga at bill@cityreliquary.org

BMX tricks courtesy of POST Bike shop.

Performances by: DJ Tinseltown.

See you there!!!!!!!!!!!

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Located at 370 Metropolitan Avenue in Williamsburgh, Brooklyn, The City Reliquary Museum & Civic Organization provides a wide array of services to the community. As a certified 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, we are committed to serving the people of New York City – natives, newcomers, and passersby. Originally established as a window-front display only museum in 2002 at the corner of Grand and Havemeyer Sts, it moved into its present location in 2006 and is committed to plan and host public events, which provide neighbors and visitors with a place to meet, exchange ideas, and celebrate the diversity of our community.

The City Reliquary’s hours are: Thursday through Sunday: 12pm – 6pm. Admission to the museum is $5 suggested donation. For general information, please visit the Museum’s website www.cityreliquary.org or call 718. R U CIVIC.

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