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Weekend Guide: Bicycle Benefits Bike & Brew Tour + Bike-in movie at Cal Anderson

Here’s a look ahead at a couple interesting bike events coming up this weekend. Also, as a reminder, you can spread the word about your bike-related events by posting to our completely free Events Calendar.

Bicycle Benefits Bike & Brew Tour

73571_190042724504568_1429489267_n(1)Bicycle Benefits is hosting their first ever Bike & Brew Tour.

Bike around the city and grab a pint from some of Seattle’s most bike-friendly breweries. And, of course, slap a Bicycle Benefits sticker on your helmet and you’ll get discounts the whole way.

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Meet Saturday at noon at Naked City Brewery, 85th and Greenwood.

Details from Bicycle Benefits:

We’ll be biking around to showcase breweries in the area that are supportive of biking…great swag, discounted beers, free food, bike banter..Awesome time! Count on about 20 total miles and finishing at the Seattle Bike In Movie @ Cal Anderson Park on Capitol Hill. If you like beer and biking this ride is for you.

Bike-in Movie at Cal Anderson Park

1009674_10152157992719012_492830915_oThe popular bike-in movie at Cal Anderson Park is back. This year’s film: Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure.

The film screening will be preceded by a bike fair starting Saturday at 5 p.m. The movie starts at 9.

From Northwest Film Forum:

Co-presented with Sustainable Seattle and The Vera ProjectSponsored by Bike Works , Hub and BespokeTimbuk2 and Your Capitol Hill.com

Movie at dusk!

Named as one of the reasons that Pike/Pine is considered “Top 12 Art Places in America,” the Seattle Bike-In has become a staple of the summer outdoor movie calendar. This 8th annual celebration of green transportation, our urban community and summer nights encourages you to grab your bike and grab your friends for our annual event in Cal Anderson Park on Capitol Hill! The event includes live music and DJs, film and a fair from local cycling organizations and merchants.

This year’s program features:

>> a screening of Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure a 1985 comedy classic by Tim Burton about Pee-Wee’s search for a stolen bicycle, with a remixed soundtrack (including new music, sound effects and live DJing) by Jon Francois (DUG) & Eardrumz (Stop Biting).

>> A live set from Tacoma post rock band Lo’ There Do I See My Brother Listen to some tunes from their album With Eyes Open, We Fall On Our Swords: http://lotheredoiseemybrother.bandcamp.com/


Bike Fair!

Screening: Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure
Featuring a special Movie Night presentation with DeeJays Jon Francois (DUG) and Eardrumz (Stop Biting).

Pee-Wee remixed: the DJs will masterfully replace almost the entire soundtrack (including music, sound effects and dialogue) of the film, live, using vinyl records!

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2 responses to “Weekend Guide: Bicycle Benefits Bike & Brew Tour + Bike-in movie at Cal Anderson”

  1. Karl

    Is it just me or are the dates of these events absent?

    1. Tom Fucoloro

      Ha! Oops. Fixed now. They are on Saturday.

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