Do you like bike riding? Do you like drinking beer with other cyclists and then riding bikes together? Do you like art films? How about theremin music?

OK, so you might not be a fan of theremin music yet. But you’ve got an open mind. Join us tomorrow, Friday, June 26 at 6pm, for a meetup at Bicycle Roots, followed by a bike ride to go watch films and listen to music at Tomato House, an art space in Brownsville, Brooklyn.

Here’s the schedule of events:

  • 6:00 pm Meet at Bicycle Roots at 609 Nostrand Ave. Participants in the group ride can enjoy free beer* in our backyard.
  • 7:00 pm Ride departs from Bicycle Roots to Tomato House. This is a leisurely, 2 mile long neighborhood bike ride suitable for beginners!
  • 8:00 pm Film screening at Tomato House, with short films by Kaboom!Press and James J.A. Mercer, and a theremin performance by Inju Rockmore. $5 entrance fee.

*While supplies last. Must be 21 & over to drink.

A film still from "The Baxters," a film by Kaboom!Press

A film still from “The Baxters” by Kaboom!Press

Want more details? This event is also on Facebook and on BikeNYC.org.

This event is brought to you in partnership with Tomato House and Bicycle Utopia. Bicycle Utopia is a cultural project dedicated to merging the worlds of art and cycling. Exploring the myriad intersections of art and bicycle, Bicycle Utopia builds a community of ideas—living, breathing, bike-riding, on the network and in the city. Learn more about Bicycle Utopia here.

Remember, the fun starts tomorrow night, Friday June 26, from 6:00 to 7:00pm at Bicycle Roots. Hang out in our backyard, grab a beer, and mingle with other film-loving cyclists. From there, it’s a short bike ride to the Tomato House Art Space for a night of film and music. It’s the perfect way to kick off a summer weekend!

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