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People’s Climate Rally

It was our largest audience size to date by more than double, the previous being the 2013 San Francisco Bicycle Music Festival in Golden Gate Park at about 1000.

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Highlights from Ecochella at UCLA

Ecochella was a student-produced live music event on the UCLA campus that was completely bike-powered thanks to our Pedal Powered Stage. We drove down to LA in a loaned pickup truck, carrying with us a 12-bike system ready for an audience of up to 1000 students.    The size ended up closer to 500, but […]

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Pedal Power Assembly at Head Royce

Dear Shake Your Peace and Rock the Bike,   Thank you for the wonderful concert you gave to our US and MS students this afternoon.  The music was first rate on its own, and the sustainability message was such a powerful, positive example of how, with thoughtfulness and creativity, we can imagine new ways to […]

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Bike Blending at the Driftless Music Festival in Viroqua, WI

                            We had a great event in Viroqua, Wisconsin blending smoothies at our first annual Driftless Music Festival. The [Fender Blender Universale] worked amazingly well, blending up frozen strawberries and ice, and the kids loved it! — Lynn K.

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Ride to Gaia Fest with Rock the Bike

Beginning July 30 from the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, we will pedal northward, covering 180-miles in 4-days, arriving in style at Gaia Fest, an awesome music and camping festival at the Black Oak Ranch in Laytonville. For the past 4 years, we have mobilized hundreds to ride 20 miles south from San Francisco […]

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San Francisco Bicycle Music Festival, Saturday June 23. Be there!

Our biggest event of the year is coming up. Hope to see you there! Click the poster image for more details on the world’s largest human powered music festival. Many thanks Hugh D’Andrade for the beautiful poster image.

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Austin Cruiser Ride

DJ’s Manny and Bigface of the DJ Dojo host musically enhanced cruises and outdoor events using their UMDJ rickshaw.  

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Cruiser Tuesday (Carrboro Cruiser Ride)

On any given night across the nation urban bicycle culture spreads infectiously through the streets and alleys of our cities. It challenges the contentment, social status, and faux-freedom of the consecrated car. Born of utility, stealth, and sheen, when it comes to getting around town when the party is on, a relaxed-fit bicycle is leagues […]

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Band of Bicycles (Rock The Bike NYC)

Rock The Bike NYC brings the Pedal Powered Stage out to music, political, and cultural events. The crew also has Fender Blender bike blenders for rent. Keep up to date with our calendar to see where the Pedal Powered Stage will roll next.

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Rochester Cruiser Ride

Members of the RocBike crew (not to be confused with our own Rock the Bike street team!) lead neon cruises all year round in Rochester, laid-back rides with music. Every Wednesday night, meet at Dogtown Hots a little after 7PM for veggie/vegan or meat hotdogs and pie. From there we cruise up the street to […]

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Freewheelin lends bikes, spirit at DNC and RNC

Above, an elephant bike spotted at the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis, photo: jacob.scheckman   Bike blending in the street on one of 1000 FreeWheelin’ loaner bikes. In both Denver and Minneapolis, the bike advocacy crew FreeWheelin’ provided 1000 loaner bikes to both residents and convention goers, easing traffic and keeping bikes on the minds […]

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Karaoke and Bonfire – One Year Anniversary Ride with the Southbay Cruisers

Posted by Wild Johnny Time: 01/18/2008 – 18:45 Come ready to sing, dance, drum, and bicycle your way through the Southbay. We will meet in our usual place in front of: The Lighthouse Cafe 30 Pier Avenue Hermosa Beach, CA 90254 at Hermosa Pier. Meet at 6:45PM/Ride at 7:15PM SHARP! We will be hosting a bonfire/karaoke/drum […]

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in the mood for an uplifting human powered street performance in San Francisco this Saturday night?

Posted by fossilfool Time: 10/20/2007 – 08:30 A few photos now online: http://www.flickr.com/photos/rockthebike/1712973598/in/photostream/ La Malamaña, Fossil Fool, and Shake Your Peace to play MAPP festival in San Francisco’s Mission District. Above: Members of the band La Malamaña   Dear friends and fans,Please come out to 23rd and Treat St. Saturday night for a magical street performance like no other in […]

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