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April 25, 2011
2 Wheels 1 City
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May 7th, 2011

City Market from 3pm-7pm

  INDYCOG and Sun King are teaming up for a second year of 2 Wheels 1 City. Last year was such a great success that we decided to give it another go. There will be events similar to last year (slow race, clown bikes, track stand competition, tire changing comp, bunny hop) as well as the Sun King trike race, which will be the main event. The winner's name will be forever engraved on an impressive handmade trophy. Last year, we raised over $900 from beer sales for Freewheelin' Community Bikes....this year we hope to double that!! A bicycle drive for Freewheelin’, a community bike initiative that teaches at-risk youth valuable bike repair and maintenance skills, is also part of the day’s activities. Freewheelin’ accepts gently-used bikes that are repaired by volunteer mechanics and then sold at reasonable prices to the public. Join us as we celebrate the ever-growing bike culture in Indianapolis, and see the future site of the City Market station for bicycle commuters in the east wing. Secure bike parking is offered for all of those who arrive via our favorite mode of transportation, however if you need to drive, don’t fret as we are working on designated parking areas in close proximity. There will be local food vendors, many of them from the City Market, with lots of tasty options. Of course there will be  local beer from our good friends at Sun King Brewery, with all the proceeds going to a good cause. We are also working on securing live music that will be ongoing throughout the event. Interested in volunteering? Sign up here!
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joeychen October 08, 2016
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quicktimes player July 19, 2011
do you have any contact info for who is heading up this project? i hear BGI got some sort of contract for this, but i don't know in what capacity. thanks!
Heath June 16, 2011