Oct
15
6:30 PM18:30

**Baltimore Youth Biking Meetup**

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Do you organize youth bike programming in Baltimore formally or informally? Are you interested in starting a youth bike club?

Bikemore is hosting a meet up focused on youth bike programming. We've heard from a lot of neighborhood organizations interested in starting an after school youth bike program, and we know a lot of people already running successful programs. The goal is to share resources and experiences, for people to be able to share what they've learned and ask questions, and to figure out how we can best support each other moving forward.

This is open to the public, and no experience is necessary.

Can't make it but want to get notes from the meeting and stay up to date? Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2p4hfqe

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Oct
20
12:00 PM12:00

**Mobile Bike Shop: Whitelock Harvest Festival**

  • Reservoir Hill Improvement Council (map)
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Our Mobile Bike Shop will be at the Whitelock Harvest Festival!

Our Mobile Bike Shop provides FREE bike repairs by partnering with community events in neighborhoods that lack brick and mortar bike shops. 

So bring your bike over and we'll help you get rolling again! We work on both kids and adult bikes, and we're always happy to show you how to fix something and answer any questions you have about your bike.

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Oct
20
12:00 PM12:00

BYKE's Buy as is Sale: Part 2

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Byke is having a bike sale!

From the organizers:

Here we go again!!! We have bikes and we know that you want bikes. So let's meet up!!!!

All bikes are selling for $40.

This is a first come first serve situation. All bikes will have a general tune-up (brake check/adjustments, chain inspection, seat adjustments).

If you purchase a bike from the sale you can receive a discount to our next adult bike mechanic course, "Woke Spokes"

More details

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Oct
22
6:00 PM18:00

Heartfelt Pathways for Heritage City- A Talk By Peter Harnik

  • 3700 San Martin Drive Baltimore, MD, 21210 United States (map)
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The Friends of Maryland's Olmsted Parks & Landscapes invites you to "Heartfelt Pathways for Heritage City" a talk by Peter Harnik, Director for the Center for City Park Excellence, The Trust for Public Land, about Baltimore's park system on October 22, 2019 at 6-8 pm.

What would it take for Baltimore to achieve a truly excellent park system? The city has numerous historic parks, a celebrated parkway design by the landscape firm of Frederick Law Olmsted, the outlines of a comprehensive trail system, streamside paths in three directions, and a committed network of park advocates, but the sum isn’t always greater than its parts. In “Heartfelt Pathways for a Heritage City,” Harnik will share his observations about Baltimore and some of the helpful lessons he has learned from studying cities, parks and trails across the nation.

Peter Harnik has worked to promote and create parks and trails since 1980 when he led a campaign to close Washington’s Rock Creek Park to cars. He is the co-founder of both the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy and the Center for City Park Excellence of the Trust for Public Land. Now retired, he is presently writing a history of the rails-to-trails movement, to be published in 2021.

Harnik’s career has spanned both bicycle and urban park advocacy. He served as president of the Washington Area Bicyclist Association, co-founded the Coalition for the Capital Crescent Trail (in Washington, D.C.) and served on the national boards of the City Parks Alliance and Smart Growth America.

Harnik’s books include Urban Green: Innovative Parks for Resurgent Cities; Inside City Parks; and Railroads Recycled. He was the founding editor of Trailblazer magazine, and has frequently written for and spoken at the American Society of Landscape Architects.

He has a particular affinity for Baltimore, having lived here for five years and having graduated from Johns Hopkins University. He now lives with his wife in Arlington, Va.

The event is free and is located at the Azafran Cafe, Space Telescope Science Institute- 3700 San Martin Drive. There is free parking directly across the Street in the JHU Physics Building Garage. Reception to follow lecture and discussion.


To get a ticket, please register at the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/heartfelft-pathways-for-a-heritage-city-a-talk-by-peter-harnik-tickets-75260800079?aff=affiliate1

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Oct
26
2:00 PM14:00

**Accessible Art: BMA Open Hours with Bikemore**

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The Baltimore Museum of Art is everyone’s museum, let’s make sure everyone can get there safely! Let’s reimagine how people who bike, walk, take transit, and use mobility devices get to the museum.

Bikemore is partnering with the BMA to bring together a variety of neighbors and organizations working within a mile of the museum to improve access to recreation and culture. Organizations will be set up outside by the art museum steps from 2pm-4pm with information and activities. We’ll have a walking tour at 3pm to highlight key efforts surrounding the museum, and we’ll have a print guide for a self guided tour. Stop by anytime!

This event is free and open to the public, and is family friendly.

The following organizations will be participating:

Bikemore
Bikemore will be talking about strategies you can employ at crosswalks, lighting, and bike lanes to make the city safer for people who bike and walk. Bikemore will also have their Mobile Bike Shop there, providing free basic bike repairs.

Baltimore Greenway Trail Network / Rails-to-Trails
Rails-to-Trails will have information about their Baltimore Greenway Trail Network, a planned 35-mile trail loop around Baltimore that connects existing trails. A key piece of this trail network will be near the BMA.

Friends of Wyman Park Dell
Friends of Wyman Park Dell recently completed a master plan for the park, that includes making it easier for people from surrounding neighborhoods to bike and walk to the park.

28th and 29th Street Traffic Calming Committee
Co-Organized by Charles Village Civic Association (CVCA) and Greater Remington Improvement Association (GRIA), the Traffic Calming Committee is organizing neighborhoods to address high traffic speeds along 28th and 29th Streets between I-83 and Greenmount Ave.

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Nov
1
7:45 AM07:45

**Bike Leaders Breakfast**

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Bike Leaders Breakfast is Bikemore’s monthly informal get together! We’ll provide the coffee and some snacks and a space to chat with others interested in biking in Baltimore.

Maybe you just moved here and want to meet new people, maybe you started a bike club at your school, maybe you are curious about biking to work but need some help picking the best route. Everyone is welcome!

Bike Leaders Breakfast started because we realized there were people working on a variety of bike programming and advocacy throughout the city, but it felt like we weren’t connecting. We invited those folks over for breakfast and started to share resources and ideas more freely. Now we’re revamping the monthly breakfast and inviting all to join.

This is informal, stop by anytime from 7:45am-9:45am.

Bike Leaders Breakfast happens monthly on the first Friday of the month. Check the calendar or Facebook for the location.

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Nov
3
3:00 PM15:00

**Afghan Cycles Screening & Community Bike Ride**

In Baltimore, 33% of residents don’t have access to a car and low-income or minority households are more likely to use bikes as a necessary mode of transportation to work or school. Yet many women and people of color find barriers to bicycling in their paths. These individuals often feel less welcome in biking spaces, live in neighborhoods that lack bike infrastructure, and are more likely to experience street harassment. Take a ride with us as we tour the Highlandtown community on two wheels and experience some of the challenges that cyclists in our community face first hand. Following the ride, stick around for a screening of Afghan Cycles which uses the bicycle to tell a story of women’s rights - human rights - and the struggles faced by Afghan women every day.

Visit a showcase of a variety of local refugee and bike organizations outside of the screening and learn how they are working within our community to convene a diverse force for equitable transportation advocacy in Baltimore.

ABOUT THE FILM:

Following a new generation of young Afghan women cyclists, Afghan Cycles uses the bicycle to tell a story of women’s rights - human rights - and the struggles faced by Afghan women on a daily basis, from discrimination to abuse, to the oppressive silencing of their voices in all aspects of contemporary society. These women ride despite cultural barriers, despite infrastructure, and despite death threats, embracing the power and freedom that comes with the sport.

COMMUNITY BIKE RIDE:

Before the screening we’ll have a community bike ride! The ride will be slow paced, 3-5 mile family friendly ride in Highlandtown. The ride will start and end at the Creative Alliance.

3:00-3:45pm | Bike Ride starting and ending at the Creative Alliance

4:00pm -5:30 | Film Screening at the Creative Alliance

TICKETS:

Free to attend, but please RSVP here: https://sforce.co/2lIdc1y

SPONSORS:

Thanks to our sponsor Lime!


>> Interested in tabling, partnering, or sponsoring this event? Contact danielle@bikemore.net

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Nov
8
5:00 PM17:00

BYKE for Fun(ds)

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Support our friends at BYKE!

From the organizers:

Do you like bike and/or BYKE culture? Does it bring you joy to see kids on bikes? Do you want to be part of a community that support youth development?

If you said yes to any of these, then you should come to BYKE for Fun event.

BYKE for FUN(ds) is a fundraiser celebration of our 5 year success and youth members. Come and see what BYKE is all about. Hear from our youth members. Enter into our raffle for a chance to win $2,000 worth of prizes!!!

Some raffle prizes are listed below:

Vintage 1972 Forest Green Raleigh 28'' with original brooks saddle, and tire pump.
Urban Axe gift certificate
Private at home 60 minute massage

And so much more....
Bring a friend. Be part of our community. Be part of the solution.
Our goal is to raise $3,000 to support our youth program.

Details + tickets

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Nov
23
12:30 PM12:30

**Baltimore's 5th Annual Cranksgiving**

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Save the date for our favorite event of the year!

What's Cranksgiving, you ask?

It's what you get when you combine a food drive, a scavenger hunt, and a bike ride — and then add in trophies and prizes, a team for any riding pace, and lots of warm fuzzies for getting food to folks in time for Thanksgiving meals.

Mark your calendar, more details to come.


Cranksgiving Benefits:

 
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Interested in sponsoring Cranksgiving? We’re seeking both prize and cash sponsorships. Check out our sponsorship packages, or contact Danielle Parnes at danielle@bikemore.net or 443-475-0350.

 
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Oct
5
11:00 AM11:00

**Mobile Bike Shop: Medfield Fall Festival**

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Our Mobile Bike Shop will be at the Medfield Fall Festival!

Our Mobile Bike Shop provides FREE bike repairs by partnering with community events in neighborhoods that lack brick and mortar bike shops. 

So bring your bike over and we'll help you get rolling again! We work on both kids and adult bikes, and we're always happy to show you how to fix something and answer any questions you have about your bike.

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Oct
5
10:00 AM10:00

**Doors Open Baltimore Bike Tour**

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Join us for a bike tour of Doors Open Baltimore sites!

Bikemore will showcase some of the city's local bicycle infrastructure while visiting some of the Doors Open tours. Riders will visit various Doors Open Baltimore sites while cycling on bike friendly streets advocated by Bikemore. The ride will be at an easy slow pace and as flat as possible.

Tickets: $5

>> More details and tickets

Sign up to volunteer to help at the ride!

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Oct
4
7:45 AM07:45

**Bike Leaders Breakfast**

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Bike Leaders Breakfast is Bikemore’s monthly informal get together! We’ll provide the coffee and some snacks and a space to chat with others interested in biking in Baltimore.

Maybe you just moved here and want to meet new people, maybe you started a bike club at your school, maybe you are curious about biking to work but need some help picking the best route. Everyone is welcome!

Bike Leaders Breakfast started because we realized there were people working on a variety of bike programming and advocacy throughout the city, but it felt like we weren’t connecting. We invited those folks over for breakfast and started to share resources and ideas more freely. Now we’re revamping the monthly breakfast and inviting all to join.

This is informal, stop by anytime from 7:45am-9:45am.

Bike Leaders Breakfast happens monthly on the first Friday of the month. Check the calendar or Facebook for the location.

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Sep
26
6:00 PM18:00

Maintenance & Mingle with Bike and Brunch

  • The Corner Bistro and Wine Bar (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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From the organizers:

If you love Baltimore, community, music, food, and good vibes join us the last Thursday of the month to mingle with other like minded people. Bike and Brunch Tours will host its monthly Maintenance and Mingle event! Come and tell your friends.

Curious about the variety of food and libations? They range from wine to non- alcoholic items and food for vegans and carnivores alike. Get information, ask questions, and learn about services, merchandise, and more. If you like, join us for a short conversation about bike tips during the happy hour. No bikes or bike know how required. This event is open to all.

Mingle among the company of other local bike riders at all levels, find ride partners, find out about local events on and off the bike, and connect to people engaged in building community and preserving history, legacy, and culture during what will be a very happy hour and a one of a kind event.

More details and RSVP

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Sep
15
12:00 PM12:00

**Memorial Ride for Wayne Richardson**

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Join us in riding in memory of Wayne Richardson. 

Riding together and placing a ghost bike is our way of dedicating time and space to remember Wayne, bringing our community together to support each other through difficult times, and demonstrating our commitment to continue to fight for streets that are built to keep people safe.

We'll meet at the north side of the Washington Monument at 12:00pm, and the ride will leave at 12:15pm. We’ll ride to Madison and Kenwood where we’ll place his ghost bike around 12:45pm. This will be a slow 2.5 mile ride mostly on the Monument Street protected bike lane, and all are welcome to join.

On July 30th, Wayne Richardson was killed after being struck from behind by a hit-and-run driver while riding his bike near the 2600 block of East Madison. We had the honor of speaking with his sister, and have shared some of Wayne’s story here.

Our stance has always been to respect the family’s wishes when it comes to how we both discuss and honor the death of someone they cared for deeply, and they are supportive of this memorial ride. Members of Wayne’s family will be joining us for the ride and ghost bike dedication.

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Sep
14
1:00 PM13:00

**Mobile Bike Shop: Back to School BBQ at Creative City Public Charter School**

  • Creative City Public Charter School (map)
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Our Mobile Bike Shop will be at the Back to School BBQ at Creative City Public Charter School!

Our Mobile Bike Shop provides FREE bike repairs by partnering with community events in neighborhoods that lack brick and mortar bike shops. 

So bring your bike over and we'll help you get rolling again! We work on both kids and adult bikes, and we're always happy to show you how to fix something and answer any questions you have about your bike.

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Sep
9
6:00 PM18:00

Public Meeting; Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Side Path

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From Baltimore City DOT:

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation will hold a community meeting to seek public input on the Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd Side Path. Meet us in the Invent & Advance Conference Rooms. Please share this invite with your neighbors and constituencies. We look forward to seeing you.


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Sep
7
9:00 AM09:00

**Mobile Bike Shop at Lake Montebello**

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Our Mobile Bike Shop will be at Lake Montebello providing FREE basic bike repairs! We can help with most basic fixes, including flat tired, adjusting brakes and shifting.

So bring your bike over and we'll help you get rolling again! We work on both kids and adult bikes, and we're always happy to show you how to fix something and answer any questions you have about your bike.

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Sep
6
7:45 AM07:45

**Bike Leaders Breakfast**

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Bike Leaders Breakfast is Bikemore’s monthly informal get together! We’ll provide the coffee and some snacks and a space to chat with others interested in biking in Baltimore.

Maybe you just moved here and want to meet new people, maybe you started a bike club at your school, maybe you are curious about biking to work but need some help picking the best route. Everyone is welcome!

Bike Leaders Breakfast started because we realized there were people working on a variety of bike programming and advocacy throughout the city, but it felt like we weren’t connecting. We invited those folks over for breakfast and started to share resources and ideas more freely. Now we’re revamping the monthly breakfast and inviting all to join.

This is informal, stop by anytime from 7:45am-9:45am.

Bike Leaders Breakfast happens monthly on the first Friday of the month. Check the calendar or Facebook for the location.

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Aug
30
6:30 PM18:30

Baltimore Bike Party: August Ride

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Join Baltimore Bike Party for a ride every last Friday of the month! 

RIDE BASICS

Who: All are welcome!
Where: Meets at St Mary's Park in Seton Hill with routes through Baltimore varying each month
When: meet at 6:30pm, ride at 7:00pm
Length: ~8 miles, with 1 or 2 stops along the way
Pace: No drop/all levels welcome; ~6-10mph


FROM THE ORGANIZERS

We’re Baltimore Bike Party! We are a mass monthly ride for participants of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. We stay together, in a slow pace (usually ~10mph), following a different route every month, pre-selected by our volunteers and posted ahead of time. Each month has a theme and ends at a different location.

Why? Because it’s awesome to ride your bike!  It’s even MORE awesome to ride your bike with friends. Don’t have friends who ride? Come make some!  We are all about building the cycling community!

Details + updates

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Aug
29
6:00 PM18:00

Maintenance & Mingle with Bike and Brunch

From the organizers:

If you love Baltimore, community, music, food, and good vibes join us the last Thursday of the month to mingle with other like minded people. Bike and Brunch Tours will host its monthly Maintenance and Mingle event! Come and tell your friends. We will also have happy hour specials that include food. What more do you need for a good time. Oh yes, specials! We'll have those too.

Happy hour specials include drinks and food favorites. Curious about the variety of libations? They range from local beers, wine, and topical crafted cocktails as well as non- alcoholic items and food for vegans and carnivores alike. Get information, ask questions and learn about their services, merchandise, and more. If you like, join us for a short conversation about bike tips or maintenance break-out session during the happy hour. No bikes or bike know how required. This event is open to all.

Mingle among the company of other local bike riders at all levels, find ride partners, find out about local events on and off the bike, and connect to people engaged in building community and preserving history, legacy, and culture during what will be a very happy hour and a one of a kind event.

*** A portion of the proceeds from Bike and Brunch Tours t-shirt sales will go to the Jubilee Arts Youth in Business* program. Advance purchase of merchandise is available below in the ticket section. ***

More details and RSVP

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Aug
29
5:00 PM17:00

**Mobile Bike Shop at Lake Montebello**

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Our Mobile Bike Shop will be at Lake Montebello during Baltimore Rec and Parks’ Ride Around the Lake three nights in August! See us there August 15th, 22nd. or 29th.

Our Mobile Bike Shop provides FREE bike repairs by partnering with community events in neighborhoods that lack brick and mortar bike shops. 

So bring your bike over and we'll help you get rolling again! We work on both kids and adult bikes, and we're always happy to show you how to fix something and answer any questions you have about your bike.

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Aug
25
1:00 PM13:00

**Mobile Bike Shop at ATA 2019 Youth Jam for Health and Safety**

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Our Mobile Bike Shop will be at the ATA 2019 Youth Jam for Health and Safety!

Our Mobile Bike Shop provides FREE bike repairs by partnering with community events. So bring your bike over and we'll help you get rolling again! We work on both kids and adult bikes, and we're always happy to show you how to fix something and answer any questions you have about your bike.

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Aug
25
10:00 AM10:00

Bike and Brunch Tours

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From the organizers:

Get to know Baltimore beyond the harbor and standard tourist attractions. Come alone, bring friends, or bring family. Whether you are on a weekend getaway, local and looking for a new activity with friends, considering moving to the city and want to learn more first, or just want to get out, join us.

We are bike friendly and community conscientious food lovers. Our guides are  friends to the community, and beneficiaries of its rich legacy.  Whether through our tours, pop-up rides, or community engagement we strive to share the history and the culture within these communities.  These neighborhoods are not only the soul of the city but are also, under-recognized incubators for the intellectual and artistic genius of our nation's.  

These geniuses include legal, musical, advocacy, and faith icons. We plan fun, informative, and eye opening rides that may cross some harsh realities but serve as a beacon to the culture, history, and virtue that lie at the city's core.

There are both morning and afternoon tours of varying levels.

>> More info & registration

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Aug
24
10:00 AM10:00

Bike and Brunch Tours

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From the organizers:

Get to know Baltimore beyond the harbor and standard tourist attractions. Come alone, bring friends, or bring family. Whether you are on a weekend getaway, local and looking for a new activity with friends, considering moving to the city and want to learn more first, or just want to get out, join us.

We are bike friendly and community conscientious food lovers. Our guides are  friends to the community, and beneficiaries of its rich legacy.  Whether through our tours, pop-up rides, or community engagement we strive to share the history and the culture within these communities.  These neighborhoods are not only the soul of the city but are also, under-recognized incubators for the intellectual and artistic genius of our nation's.  

These geniuses include legal, musical, advocacy, and faith icons. We plan fun, informative, and eye opening rides that may cross some harsh realities but serve as a beacon to the culture, history, and virtue that lie at the city's core.

There are both morning and afternoon tours of varying levels.

>> More info & registration

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Aug
22
5:00 PM17:00

**Mobile Bike Shop at Lake Montebello**

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Our Mobile Bike Shop will be at Lake Montebello during Baltimore Rec and Parks’ Ride Around the Lake three nights in August! See us there August 15th, 22nd, or 29th.

Our Mobile Bike Shop provides FREE bike repairs by partnering with community events in neighborhoods that lack brick and mortar bike shops. 

So bring your bike over and we'll help you get rolling again! We work on both kids and adult bikes, and we're always happy to show you how to fix something and answer any questions you have about your bike.

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Aug
17
12:00 PM12:00

**Mobile Bike Shop at Books & BBQ**

  • Edmondson Village Shopping Center (map)
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Our Mobile Bike Shop will be at the Books & BBQ Resource Fair!

Our Mobile Bike Shop provides FREE bike repairs by partnering with community events in neighborhoods that lack brick and mortar bike shops. 

So bring your bike over and we'll help you get rolling again! We work on both kids and adult bikes, and we're always happy to show you how to fix something and answer any questions you have about your bike.

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Aug
17
10:00 AM10:00

Bike and Brunch Tours

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From the organizers:

Get to know Baltimore beyond the harbor and standard tourist attractions. Come alone, bring friends, or bring family. Whether you are on a weekend getaway, local and looking for a new activity with friends, considering moving to the city and want to learn more first, or just want to get out, join us.

We are bike friendly and community conscientious food lovers. Our guides are  friends to the community, and beneficiaries of its rich legacy.  Whether through our tours, pop-up rides, or community engagement we strive to share the history and the culture within these communities.  These neighborhoods are not only the soul of the city but are also, under-recognized incubators for the intellectual and artistic genius of our nation's.  

These geniuses include legal, musical, advocacy, and faith icons. We plan fun, informative, and eye opening rides that may cross some harsh realities but serve as a beacon to the culture, history, and virtue that lie at the city's core.

There are both morning and afternoon tours of varying levels.

>> More info & registration

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Aug
15
5:00 PM17:00

**Mobile Bike Shop at Lake Montebello**

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Our Mobile Bike Shop will be at Lake Montebello during Baltimore Rec and Parks’ Ride Around the Lake three nights in August! See us there August 15th, 22nd. or 29th.

Our Mobile Bike Shop provides FREE bike repairs by partnering with community events in neighborhoods that lack brick and mortar bike shops. 

So bring your bike over and we'll help you get rolling again! We work on both kids and adult bikes, and we're always happy to show you how to fix something and answer any questions you have about your bike.

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Aug
13
5:30 PM17:30

Penn Station Vision Plan Framework Meeting

  • 11 West Mount Royal Avenue Baltimore, MD, 21201 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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From the organizers:

Next Stop Baltimore Penn Station is a joint planning effort underway with the goal of establishing a shared vision with our stakeholders and community for the redevelopment of Baltimore Penn Station and neighboring Amtrak property. Penn Station Partners, led by Beatty Development and Cross Street Partners was selected as the Master Developer for this ambitious effort, and we’ve been advancing plans based on feedback received since the Kick Off meeting last summer. We are now excited to share the Vision Plan Framework, and continue the discussion with another opportunity for community input at our second of three public meetings.

At the Framework Meeting, community participants will be invited to:
Learn how community insights from the Kick Off Meeting have informed the planning process
Review framework plans that show progress to date
Provide feedback on framework plans

Parking is available in either the University of Baltimore’s Maryland Avenue Garage or the Fitzgerald Garage. Standard Rates Apply. Handicapped spaces are available on West Mount Royal Avenue in front of the Business Center and next to Gordon Plaza as well as in both garages.

More details

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Aug
10
2:00 PM14:00

Stoop Stroll - A Baltimore Bicycle Ride

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From the organizers:

Starting in O'donnell Square Park, riders will assemble to be given futher instructions. We know.. "what the heck".. but this will be a guided ride from start to finish. Details on locations will be given in person the day of.

3 Neighborhoods - 3 Locations and the road between us.

Join us for a day of fun on bikes as we traverse the city

**Note: We may enter restaurants/bars so please bring your ID for activities that are 21+

>> More info and RSVP

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Aug
10
to Aug 11

AFRAM

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From the organizers:

Meet me at AFRAM—one of the largest African American festivals on the East Coast! Hosted in Baltimore City’s Druid Hill Park, this 745-acre urban oasis draws crowds of over 100,000 each year! For two days, people from all walks of life come together to enjoy national entertainment, local eats and much more.

This summer we’re taking the festivities to the next level. Stay connected to on our social media @baltimore_afram for updates, creative content and national talent announcements. That’s right, we’re bringing two national acts to Baltimore, but you have to stay tuned to find out.

More info

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Aug
6
6:00 PM18:00

**Mobile Bike Shop at No Boundaries National Night Out**

  • 1346 North Carey Street Baltimore, MD, 21217 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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Our Mobile Bike Shop will be at No Boundaries Coalition National Night Out!

Our Mobile Bike Shop provides free bike repairs by partnering with community events in neighborhoods that lack brick and mortar bike shops. 

So bring your bike over and we'll help you get rolling again! We work on both kids and adult bikes, and we're always happy to show you how to fix something and answer any questions you have about your bike.

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