Wednesday Oct 19
It’s a casual, come-as-you-are celebration of bikes, art, and community, and an easy way to support the great cause of getting more people on bikes and helping to keep them pedaling.Tickets, which start at $25, are available here.There will be bikes, interactive art from ArtStreet, music from Youth on Record, beer from New Belgium, food from Pizza Pedal’r and Torchy’s Tacos, tire change contests, and adult trike races. So get your tickets and come on down!BikesTogether (formerly the Bike Depot), is a nonprofit bike shop in Denver, with two locations, including a new shop in the Mariposa development near 11th & Osage. In addition to affordable bikes and accessories, BikesTogether also offers a variety of educational programs and training for community members, to help increase access to bikes, for kids, teens, and adults. You can learn more at BikesTogether.org.This event is being put on as part of White Rhino Customs’ Project rEVOLVE, which includes a series of events that feature jaw-dropping bikes designed by three local artists, on exhibit at the McNichols Building.Tickets include food, beer, and giveaways. You can upgrade to a $50 ticket, which also includes a BikesTogether membership ($40 value) and entry in door prizes that include a free bike!We’re not saying that you can’t have fun without coming to the Pedal Party, we’re just saying that it’ll be a lot more fun – and far better for your mental health – than watching the presidential debate.