September 26-27: It's a bike-inspired art show


Join us Sept 26-27 for art, bikes + beer as Bicycle Habitat transforms from bike shop to gallery space, to host the international bike-themed show, ARTCRANK!

Featuring one-of-a-kind work by local artists, it's a chance to see the convergence of the beauty of art and the grit and glamour of bikes. This year's artists include: Claudia Reyes, Daniel Hertzberg, Kervin Brisseaux, Sean Sutherland and others. 

Opening night is September 26, from 6pm-10pm, with beer from Portland-based Widmer Brewing Company, music and power meter contests. Plus, art! Can't make opening night? Don't worry - the exhibit continues September 27, from 10am-8pm.

Admission is free. RSVP now to enter to win prizes; see below for highlights from ARTCRANK 2012, plus details on the organizers and on Project One!

Show Location + Times

Thu, Sept 26 @ 6pm-10pm
Fri, Sept 27 @ 10am-8pm
Bicycle Habitat (SoHo)
250 Lafayette St
NY, NY 10012

OPENING NIGHT: Sept 27 @ 6pm

> RSVP for a chance to win a $100 gift card!

ARTCRANK NYC: Sept 26-27, 2013 - a time lapse 

Plus: Win a Custom Frame!

The Project One raffle: It's a chance to build your dream bike. Winner will choose the paint colors and style of this carbon frame from Trek Bikes.

All proceeds benefit NYC-based Streetsblog | Streetfilms. (Plus, all ARTCRANK attendees get $500 off a Project One bike!) 

Raffle is open 9/16-9/27. Drawing will occur at end of ARTCRANK on 9/27.

Through September 27:
Buy a $5 raffle ticket to win a custom bike frame

(available at any bicycle habitat location thru 9/27)

ARTCRANK is a bicycle-inspired poster show travels the world celebrating the convergence of art and bikes. Each show features one-of-a-kind work from talented local artists, while providing attendees access to affordable, original works of art. Since its 2007 debut in Minneapolis, ARTCRANK has held shows in Portland, San Francisco, New York, Austin, Los Angeles and London.

about Streetsblog | Streetfilms
Streetsblog and Streetfilms are media dedicated to sustainable transportation and livable communities. Streetsblog covers the movement to transform cities by reducing dependence on private automobiles and improving conditions for pedestrians, cyclists, and transit riders; Streetsfilm provides in-depth, produced coverage on the same topics. A resource to urban planners since 2006, they are based in New York City.

about bicycle habitat
Bicycle Habitat is a bike store dedicated to the greater NYC cycling community. Since opening in 1978, the store is rooted in advocacy, supporting the 1980's messenger strike, bike lane rallies in Brooklyn, to the recent introduction of bike share this year. The company has locations in Brooklyn, Chelsea and Soho.


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