Velo Wonderland:Bike and Art Party

East Bay Bicycle Coalition invites you to Velo Wonderland: Bike and Art Party, on Friday, December 4th. EBBC has had a fantastic year, and we’re ready to celebrate with fellow cyclists and bicycle supporters. The party takes place the same night as Oakland’s First Fridays art walk, Art Murmur, and it will have bicycle-themed and recycled art curated by local artist Margo Rivera-Weiss. Enjoy beer from Linden Street Brewery along with some tasty treats. DJ Olga T will be spinning music all night long. EBBC will have a pedi-cab on hand, so you can take a ride in style to nearby Art Murmur galleries. Admission is free, and everyone is welcome – bring a friend!

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