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Rock The Bike NYC Brings Pedal Powered Stage to Earth Day

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Rock The Bike will be sending out the Bike Vibe from the heart of New York City on Sunday, April 26. Come help power the music on our new multi-person pedal power rig, the Biker Bar. We’re teaming up with the Central Park Conservancy on an awesome Earth Day event. We’ll also be busting out pedal powered Spin Art for the kids, and hooking up local smoothie business Tropicalia with Fender Blenders for the day. 

Rather than truck gear to New York and back, we’re building our most advanced Pedal Powered Stage in a Brooklyn workshop, and leaving it in New York in the capable hands of Rock The Bike NYC. Now our new crew can bike to music, arts, and cultural events all summer long, carrying all the gear, spreading music, community spirit, and bike love in New York.  In addition to the Pedal Powered Stage, Rock The Bike NYC will also have Mundo Cargo Bikes and Fender Blender Bike Blenders for test rides and rental, and a healthy stock of Down Low Glow for night rides. 

The first social sunset cruise is coming up this Thursday in Brooklyn. Please pass it on to your New York friends. 

The event at Central Park is a free, all-ages daytime event that will offer gardening, crafting, tree-climbing, walking tours, live music, and the occasional bike rap from Fossil Fool on the Choprical Fish. 

Ride to the park, kick back, and celebrate Earth Day with some DIT (Do It Together) entertainment. Meet the talented crew of Rock The Bike NYC. Check out their hilarious MTA Service Specialists parody site, protesting the recent fare hikes on the New York subway.

Time: 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm EDT
Place: Naumburg Bandshell (mid-Park at 72nd Street)
          Central Park, New York City

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