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Saturday, February 12, 2011
Bike Oven – 3706 Figueroa St Highland Park CA
What is the Spoke’n’Art Ride?
The Spoke’n’Art bicycle ride is a free, once-a-month, bicycle tour of art galleries in North East Los Angeles. The ride takes place on the second Saturday of each month – a special night in North East Los Angeles. Area art galleries open their doors late into the night as part of NELAart’s “Gallery Night”.
When does it start and how long does it last?
The ride typically meets at the Bike Oven (located at 3706 N. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90065). The ride leaves at 7:00 p.m., when everyone rides, en masse, at a slow pace, towards the first gallery of the night.
The last gallery is usually visited around 9 or 10 p.m. By that time, bicycle riders that have joined in the middle of the ride have swollen the ranks to about 40-80 people.
There is usually an after party at the Bike Oven. After parties in the past have been fueled by cheap beer, flaming pinatas, kiddie bike races, and anything else anybody on the ride decided would be a good idea.
If you miss the start and want to catch up, call 626-388-0046 or 310-902-5439. Organized by the Bike Oven.