This Saturday, Fetish Day!

This Saturday, is bicycle fetish day.

I could talk about this event, but here is a press release from events coordinator Matt Levy from the organization putting on this event, The City Reliquary.

The City Reliquary Proudly Presents
Our 6th Annual Bicycle Fetish Day!
Saturday, May 22nd, 2010 from 12noon – 6pm
Havemeyer between Grand and Metropolitan Aves.
Afterparty in the CR Backyard 6 – 10pm.

WILLIAMSBURGH – IT’S A BLOCK PARTY FOR YOUR BICYCLE! The Sixth Annual Bicycle Fetish Day takes place on Havemeyer Street between Hope and Grand. Biking activities, bike competitions, bike rides, bicycle advocacy groups and artists selling their wares. With a BBQ grill and more, you couldn’t miss this yearly celebration of all things bicycle.

Bring Your Bikes Because We’ve Got Prizes!!!

Contests include: Best Vintage Bike, Best Shiny Bike, Best Family Bike, Best Mutant Bike, Best in Show and much more! Win great bike prizes donated by: Outlier Tailored Performance, Velo Brooklyn Bushwick Bike Shop, Affinity Cycles, and not one, but two free bikes from NYC Bikes and Trek Bikes.

Cycling, Artists, and informational booths including:
BIKENY, Transportation Alternatives, Times UP!, Taliah Lempert Bicycle Paintings, Outlier Tailored Performance, Neighbors Allied for Good Growth, Coast Cycles, Horse Cycles, Velo Brooklyn Bushwick Bike Shop, Nona Varnado, Domes for Haiti, NYC DOT Bicycle Program, Swagger Saddles and a Bake Sale to Help Chombo Get His Teeth Back!!

BMX tricks courtesy of POST Bike shop.
Goldsprints courtesy of Affinity Cycles
Alley Cat @ 2pm Courtesy of Victor “Don’t Steal Bikes Bro” Ouma

Performances by: Heels on Wheels, Lucky Chops Brass Band, the Rude Mechanical Orchestra, plus DJ Stacher & Dirtyfinger on the turntables all afternoon!

AFTERPARTY @ 6PM at the City Reliquary with Brooklyn Beers for sale. Featuring the amazing Apocalypse Five and Dime and DJ Tinsletown!

And, new this year, cyclistically designed 6th Annual Bicycle Fetish Day bandanas to commemorate the event!

See you there!!!!!!!!!!!
The official lineup:
12noon – 1pm: BBQ grill & block party starts to warm up
1pm: Heels on Wheels Dance Troupe struts their stuff
1:30pm: DJ Stacher starts on the decks.
2pm: AlleyCat & Bike Contest Registration gets underway.
3pm: Post Bikes BMX turn some tricks in the street.
3:30pm: The Lucky Chops Brass Band blasts all bike blues away.
4pm: DJ Dirtyfinger takes over with sticky jams
5pm: Bike Awards are awarded.
5:30pm: Rude Mechanical Orchestra brings the block party to the backyard of the City Reliquary.

6pm: Afterparty starts in the CR’s backyard.
6:30pm: Apocalypse Five and Dime perform in the CR backyard.
7pm: DJ Tinseltown takes over through 10pm.

The 6th Annual Bicycle Fetish Day
A Block Party for Your Bicycle!
Havemeyer st btwn Grand and Metropolitan aves.
Noon – 6pm
Afterparty at the city Reliquary, 6 – 10pm.
370 Metropolitan Avenue.

Two more bicycle events with the City Reliquary!

Sunday May 23rd, 11am-3pm The Levy’ Unique New York! hosts the Great NYC Bridgeathalon! Come ride your bicycle across 4 East River Bridges (and 1 East River Creek) in one day! NY’s First Family of Tour Guides will bring you across the Queensboro, Pulaski, Williamsburg, Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges with mini-lectures before crossing each bridge. Celebrate Bike Month NYC and these fine engineering masterpieces by bike, then raise a toast to bicycling and bridges in NYC at the Patriot Saloon in Lower Manhattan at the end of our ride. Meet at the Manhattan side of the Queensboro Bridge Bike Lane, North Path. $5 suggested donation.

Monday May 24th, 6-8pm The City Reliquary hosts the 127th Birthday of the Brooklyn Bridge Bicycle Ride! Every year we ride our bicycles to and halfway across the Brooklyn Bridge, stopping to enjoy some birthday cake, sing Happy Birthday and listen to NYC licensed tour guide Matt Levy tell the most exciting story about the building of the most beautiful bridge in America. Ride leaves from and returns to the City Reliquary for drinks and conversation. FREEEE!

Located at 370 Metropolitan Avenue in Williamsburgh, Brooklyn, The City Reliquary Museum & Civic Organization provides a wide array of services to the community. As a certified 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, we are committed to serving the people of New York City – natives, newcomers, and passersby. Originally established as a window-front display only museum in 2002 at the corner of Grand and Havemeyer Sts, it moved into its present location in 2006 and is committed to plan and host public events, which provide neighbors and visitors with a place to meet, exchange ideas, and celebrate the diversity of our community.

The City Reliquary’s hours are: Saturday and Sunday: 12pm – 6pm. Admission to the museum is by suggested donation. For general information, please visit the Museum’s website or call 718. R U CIVIC.

Matt Levy
Events Coordinator
City Reliquary Museum and Civic Organization

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