Aeolian Ride San Jose

"The Aeolian Ride is heading to San Jose and will lead the Green Prix Parade as part of the 2010 01 San Jose Biennial.

Sign up and join the Aeolian Ride by New York based artist Jessica
Findley, Saturday, September 18th 2010. The Aeolian Ride is the world’s
only inflatable bike ride happening. It will lead the Green Prix Parade
as part of the 2010 01SJ Biennial and then cruise around San Jose. The
Aeolian Ride is a free, public art event, where 52 people wear
wind-inflated suits and ride their bikes through cities around the
world. There are three suit shapes, a “bunny” a “bubble” and a” drop”.

The 2010 01SJ Biennial takes place
September 16th through the 19th. Contemporary artists, engineers,
designers, musicians, and creative thinkers from around the world have
been invited by ZER01.

The ride starts at 11:00 AM, but if you signed up to participate in the ride, please meet at 10:00 AM at the Convention Center South Hall at South Market St. and Viola Ave..

Signing up gives you priority for a suit, so sign up today, to get inflated and ride!

Ways to participate:
Sign up to be a part of the ride.
Bring your bike on Sept 18th! Get inflated!
Volunteer to take pictures or film the ride!"


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