The South Bay Burner community is invited to pARTicipate at the Silicon Valley Bikes Festival and Bicycle show, to bring and showcase your mutant bicycles!
WHAT: This volunteer-run not-for-profit Festival kicks off National Bike Month by bringing together Silicon Valley’s racing, road, recreation, cruiser, vintage, fixed gear, lowrider, mountain biking, cargo biking, BMX, bike polo playing and cool urban lifestyle cyclists and their families for a day of celebrating cycling and its history.
WHEN: Sunday, May 6th, 2018 from 11am to 4 pm (must submit form by Apr 12)
WHERE: Kelley Park’s History Park in San José, 635 Phelan Avenue.
(Set up time is from 7am to 8:30 am. We expect about 3,000 to 4,000 visitors.)
MORE DETAILS: This festival offers its visitors great food trucks; craft beer; a kids’ space with free & fun activities; demos; music; thrilling BMX stunt rider shows; amazing exhibitors; local artists, artisans and craft persons, and a spectacular bicycle show.
Also exhibiting are the not-for-profit and governmental agencies that encourage bicycling, can enlist cyclists to do great good, and other organizations that are also making a positive difference in our Valley. And the invitation is extended to the Burner community.
This non-profile also organize a Public Advocacy Meeting & Community Forum that attracts Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee members from Santa Clara County’s many cities, transportation agencies, and elected officials and their staff members.”