Spoke(n) Art Ride on Saturday, July 13, 2013

Spoke N Art Ride
Image from Waltarrrr on Flickr.

Join us on Saturday, July 13, 2013 at 6 p.m. at the Flying Pigeon LA bike shop for another bicycle art gallery tour.

The ride leaves the Flying Pigeon LA bike shop at 6 :30 p.m. and will return to the Bike Oven at the end of the ride at 10 p.m. for a reception.

More general information about the ride can be found here:


Want to borrow a bike for the ride? The Flying Pigeon LA bike shop has a fleet of single-speed cruiser rental bikes available for $20 (includes lights and a helmet). You won’t need a reservation but try and get to the shop before 6 p.m. to get fitted for a bike (it gets crowded).

Our next-door neighbor, Antigua Cultural Coffee House, is hosting another underground tunnel art show this month. The show will feature painted skate board decks in a unique subterranean walkway re-purposed as an art space.

The bike ride will also visit two clandestine music performances in secure undisclosed locations within NELA. Be prepared for things strange and beautiful.

Got a smart phone and like to take pictures? Tag your uploads and posts with #spokenart and we’ll all be able to follow along on Twitter, Instagram, and Flickr.

One more thing: we obey major traffic lights on this ride, we are polite to gallery owners and the general public on this ride. This ride is about art, community, the city, conversation, and living the good life without damaging the lives of others. If you want to “get faded” and “mash” – please do go on another bike ride. Seriously, this is Saturday night, you are free to do as you please. Don’t ruin our fun and we won’t ruin yours.

Any questions? info@flyingpigeon-la.com

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