7th Annual Seattle Bike-In

Aug 25, 2012


at Cal Anderson Park, Capitol Hill

presented in association with The Vera Project

sponsored by Bike WorksHub and BespokeThe Stranger and Swift Industries

Northwest Film Forum's 7th annual Bike-In is a free, outdoor celebration of sustainable transportation, community and the arts, co-presented with The Vera Project. Held in Cal Anderson Park on Capitol Hill, the event includes live music and DJs, film, and a fair from local cycling organizations and merchants.

Summer nights never felt so right to be on two wheels!
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>> Rad, the 1986 extreme BMX movie classic. A hometown kid on his BMX against the best in the world. At Helltrack... the heat is on. Does Cru's Rad Racing Team have the intensity to win? With a live vinyl soundtrack by Jon Francois & DJ Tomm Johnson.

>> Live music sets from Spaceneedles, Glitterbang and Vox Mod

>> The Film Forum's annual poster sale


Bicycle fair opens 
Live performance program:

Space Needles
Vox Mod
Rad screening with live soundtrack begins at dusk
**This screening continues the tradition of Movie Nite, a musical interpretation of great movies told through vinyl records. Movie Nite was created in 2008 by Jon Francois & Marcy Stone-Francois. Without emphasis on genre, they began composing original soundtracks live with vinyl records and sound samples for films varying from The Warriors to Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times
Special design thanks to Liza Donovan.
Looking for bike parking?  We have a big rack on the street at 1515 12th Avenue. See the City of Seattle's map for bike parking in west Capitol Hill.

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