Thank you!

Despite the wet start, we had a wonderful Saturday morning!

Thank you for coming out to learn, teach, and play.  For some pictures, take a peek at our Facebook page.

Cherryhurst Bikes!

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What can you do on a bicycle? Can you ride a bike to work or school, run errands with the family, or haul cargo? On Saturday, September 21, bring the whole family to Cherryhurst Park in Montrose to celebrate all that we can do on a bicycle. All are welcome to attend, both regular bicycle riders and riders-to-be.

If you've got a bike bring it, even if it's been sitting in the garage for the past decade (or two). (Bike valet will be available. Want to join the show & shine? Click here.)

Or come ready to test ride a new one. Eat a snack and listen in on a class, or go out and enjoy the sunshine, watch the crowd, check out the antique bikes from the Houston Bike Museum, and wander over to FrankenBike on Westheimer to plan your next project. Take some pictures and post them on Facebook. It's going to be a good morning.

To follow updates about Cherryhurst Bikes!, visit us on Facebook at Cherryhurst Bikes. You can also join the event and invite your friends at the event page for Cherryhurst Bikes!

Event Schedule

-----  Community Center Classes  -----
9:00-9:30  Changing a Flat, Fast
9:30-10:30  Safer City Cycling
10:30-11:00  Teach Anyone How to Ride a Bike
11:00-11:30  The Female Cyclist

-----  The Lawn  -----
9:00-9:45  Punk Rock Hoops
10:00-10:30  Yoga with Andrea
11:00-11:30  Marti Ewing Yoga

-----  Show & Shine  -----
9:00-12:00  Bicycles on display
11:00  Bikes must be registered and in place.
11:30  Best in Class and Best in Show winners announced.
11:45  HTX Cargo Bike Roll Call

-----  Stories at the Playground  -----
10:00  Sally Jean, The Bicycle Queen
11:00  How to Bicycle to the Moon to Plant Sunflowers

-----  DOOR PRIZE DRAWING at 11:50 -----
Prize package by KIND, BetterHouston, and more.

-----  FrankenBike at Anvil  -----  
Vendors set up by 10am.

Bike decorating, bike & helmet checks, the Houston Bicycle Museumand over two dozen businesses and groups will be available for visiting all morning.  See you there!

Event Directions

Cherryhurst Park is just north of Westheimer, in Montrose. The park is served by METRO buses #81 and #82.  The closest B-cycle station is on 1111 Westheimer, at Waugh.

Free bike valet parking will be offered on the tennis courts.  Cars may park on neighborhood streets (please park responsibly).

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