San Francisco Bicycle Ballet

"The San Francisco Bicycle Ballet was founded in 1996 by an old school bicycle rider and pals of the road. The Bike Ballet is performed to be viewed from above. The concept was originally based upon marching bands and swimmers-busby styley stuff. As the seasons continued- a firefly firework side look has evolved. The focus is on the beauty of the bicycle, its ride and the intermingling shapes of motion. Simply a treasure to behold!"

  • jeannie resalini

    Wow! The San Francisco Bicycle Ballet is turning 13 years old this month! Such a great salute to the beauty of the bicycle. Congrats and keep rolling strong! Go SFBB!

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