THE NEW YORK BIKE JUMBLE COMES TO THE EAST VILLAGE
New York’s only outdoor cycling-focused market crosses the river for it’s first Manhattan event.
WHAT: After an amazing inaugural event in Brooklyn this May, The New York Bike Jumble is crossing the river and kicking off Fall with our first Jumble in Manhattan. With vendors coming from across the East Coast, this is a great opportunity to purchase some great bikes and bike accessories while meeting some of the designers and artists who are keeping the New York Bike scene vibrant. Bike enthusiasts, students and commuters will gather at The Schoolyard in the East Village for New York’s premier cycling-focused flea market. Local bike vendors, artists and community groups will be on hand to sell bicycles, accessories, art and provide cycling advice to encourage more biking this fall.
WHY: Even though summer is almost over, you can still ride you bike well into Fall in New York. At the Jumble, we’re making sure that your wardrobe and bike are ready for the new season regardless of your budget. So whether you’re buying a new luggage case for your cruiser or a wool cycling cap to match your fall coat, you’ll be sure to stop traffic. On hand will be recycled kid’s bikes, cruisers, BMX, mountain, racers and fixed gears.
Vendors from all over the eastern seaboard come to sell cruisers, street beater bikes, classic bikes and parts, clothing, stickers, buttons and hats. Aside form the shopping opportunities, the Jumbles celebrate the renaissance of cycling in New York, and an opportunity for people to show off their beautiful bicycles.
WHEN: 10:00am – 4:00pm, Sunday, September 13th, 2009
East 4th Street, bet. Ave. A & Ave.B
New York, NY 10009
Hundreds of New York City students, experienced cyclists and novices.
Bike Vendors including: Recycle-a-Bicycle, Outlier, Larry’s Bikes Plus, 718 Cyclery and Continuum Cycles
Artist Taliah Lampert
The Puerto Rico Schwinn Club
About the New York Bike Jumble
The NY Bike Jumble is an annual celebration of the influence New York City continues to have on cycling and a market for novice and experienced cyclists. From inexpensive “beater” bikes to high end merchandise, the Jumble aims to get more people on the road. Showcasing the vitality of cycling culture here in New York, we feature NYC-based cycling artisans.
To more learn more about NY Bike Jumble and few photos of the last Jumble, visit www.nybikejumble.com or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.