Valentine’s Day has come early for Baltimore’s cycling community.
Celebrate Cupid’s holiday tonight with Baltimore’s cycling-dedicated nonprofit over drinks at The Windup Space in Station North. You can show love to your city councilperson by writing them a Valentine thanking them for pushing a bike-friendly Complete Streets agenda, meet some of the leaders at Bikemore or just network with fellow riders.
Bikemore had a rough 2017, seeing bike lane projects around the city get delayed due to a fire code snafu that evolved into a larger, yet-unresolved mess, and the much-awaited Bikeshare program suffer considerable setbacks. But the need is great for a bike-friendly Baltimore, and it’s a new year with projects in the pipeline.
Partygoers tonight can snap picks in a photo booth from Side A Photography, and try their luck at a raffle with gift cards from Baltimore Bicycle Works, Race Pace Bicycles, Twenty20 Cycling, Peabody Heights Brewing and others. All proceeds will go to Bikemore.
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