Opening reception for Model Citizens NYC
531 West 36th Street b/w 10th and 11 Ave / Manhattan
across the street from ICFF / the Javits Center
The second annual 3 day independent design exhibition presenting the work of 50 designers working in furniture, product, ceramic, glass, and jewelry. for the LOVE of bikes (yours truly) will be exhibiting designs as well as having items for sale in the gallery's pop-up shop!
Sunday, May 16th / 10am - 4pm
New York Bike Jumble's Bicycle Flea Market
JJ Byrne Park
5th Avenue at 3rd Street / Brooklyn
Dealers from all over the east coast and from New York City will be selling bicycles, bicycle parts, t-shirts, other apparel, and really anything bike related! This year, the Fifth Avenue Streetfair will be on as well, so food options and other shopping options abound.
The new Brooklyn cycling fashion brand DARGELOS will be there with goods in tow -- including their Lightning Vest and many lovely new designs.
While in JJ Byrne Park, you can also check out the exhibition 'Strong Backs and Weak Minds: the Saga of the Coney Island Velodrome' in The Old Stone House ...
The Coney Island Velodrome opened on July 19, 1930, as the world slipped toward the Great Depression and war. The track became the last velodrome in America offering the thrills and chills of motor-paced racing, where riders raced behind motorcycles to attain speeds in excess of 50 miles per hour.Sunday, May 16th / 5:30pm -
The exhibit features bikes that were raced on the track, as well as photos, programs, tickets and other ephemera, including a special ‘Stayer’ bike for motor-paced racing and New York-built track bikes from long-forgotten builders.
PUBLIC bikes' Design Ride Manhattan
Departing from 34th Street b/w 11th and 12th Avenue (ICFF / Javits Center) heading to the Tretorn Store on Spring Street in SoHo for a celebratory reception of the newly launched PUBLIC bikes! To rsvp, click [here]