REI Bike Fest

From REI:

On May 14 at our Berkeley and Brentwood stores, you’ll find all kinds of resources to help you discover how easy and fun it can be to spend more time on your bike. Cycling vendors, as well as REI cycling specialists, will be on hand to show you the latest bike designs and accessories for increased performance, comfort, and safety. Representatives from local nonprofit groups will introduce you to the variety of great opportunities for the East Bay/East County cycling community-rides for all skill levels, classes, and lots more.

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