Tune up that cruiser, it’s the 4th Annual Bike-In

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Bands at 7pm, movie at dusk

The fourth annual Seattle Bike-In brings together bicycle enthusiasts, transportation advocates, environmental groups, artists and community leaders for a celebration of biking and environmental sustainability. Part education fair, part community picnic, the Seattle Bike-In is a chance for adults and children to have fun, enjoy films, music and be a part of a community celebration!

We are pleased to present the film Jour de Fete at dusk (around 9pm). Celebrate the 60th anniversary of Tati’s quintessential and lanky French postman, Francoise, as he makes an intelligent slapstick comedy of French rural life while dreaming of bringing modern knowhow to traditional ways. In the process he beats the best passing Tour riders, falls into duck ponds and delivers the mail. If you’re a fan of Stan Laurel, Buster Keaton, or Peter Sellers, you must see this feelgood film. It’s guaranteed to put a smile on your face.

Music courtesy of the Vera Project (bands include TacocaT, The Terrodactyls, and Mess Kit)

At Cal Anderson Park (on Capitol Hill)

Sponsored by The Stranger, 2020 Cycles, Race in JL and the League of American Cyclists

PS. This Sunday is also a Bicycle Sunday, and Lake Washington Boulevard will be closed to motorized traffic from 10am-6pm!

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