September 24, 2009

Bike + Art = happiness. Ride to The Show at Woodlawn

By Elisa | 1 Comment »

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Bici Coop will be providing Bike Valet at Birmingham Art Collectives The Show at Woodlawn.  We are excited to be involved with such an event in our city.  “The Birmingham Art Collective works to help artists, designers, photographers, writers, musicians, actors, and other creatives in Birmingham promote themselves and their work.” (from their website)

This show will be a chance to introduce people to Woodlawn, an area near and dear to me.

Providing Bike Valet is encouraging people to get to know that neighborhood in a way that you just can’t get in a car.

How does it work?

You ride your bike to the show, bring us your bike, get a ticket…that’s it!  We keep your bike safe and you get to bypass the parking hassle and do a good thing at the same time.  You will be able to ride right up to the door!  How can you turn that down?

What’s that…you want the details?  Well, ok:

October 3rd, 2009

5-10pm (we will be there from 4:30 to 10:30 taking and valeting bikes)

Woodrow Hall 5504 1st Avenue North | Birmingham, Alabama 35212 (click address for map)

Awesome Art from some wonderful Bici friends, and many others.  Truly, a night to better get to know your city and the talented folks in it.

Please ride your bike.  It would mean so much to me.  If you plan to buy some art, we will figure out a way to get it to you, Promise.  Let’s make this our biggest Bike Valet event ever!!

Shoot me an email and I will help you figure out the best way to ride from where you are.

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  1. On September 26th, 2009 wheeler said:

    when i lived in crestwood i used to ride through woodlawn all the time. it was a great way to get to irondale and all the popular south and eastern routes. i also enjoyed going through woodlawn to eastlake and then behind the airport to tarrant. from there you have access to all kinds of great riding in the northeast part of jeffco.

    i also used to run from my house to woodlawn high and do sprints on their track, then run back home.

    always seemed like a cool place.

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