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We have been hard at work preparing the Richmond SPOKESHOP bike shop to receive the breath of life that you bring with your patronage, presence, and contribution to the launch of not just a bike shop, but also a movement.

After three years of planning and a month of build-out and hundreds of collective hours, our doors will open to the public. We will start with opening our shop to community service and tune ups and as our cash flow and funding picks up we will launch new and used bike sales, custom bike builds, The Family Bicycle Collaborative, Youth internship and entrepreneurial program, and our Online Pro Bike Business Bicycle Broker.

There are many other incubator ideas that will sprout from this hub of community activity. The strong biker legs of this organization will provide the launching board for our participant’s dreams.

Please come to celebrate with, Bike Raffles, Music, Food, Murals, Live art, Art Bikes, and Fanfare. Be there when we un-wrap the windows and cut the ribbon at the threshold to The First SPOKESHOP and Only Bike Shop In Richmond.

Get an autographed copy of Major Taylor's biography from the author Andrew Ritchie at SPOKESHOP Grand Opening.... http://andrewritchie.wordpress.com/

Please check the Website or our FaceBook for details and contributing musicians artist and bike SPOKESPEOPLE coming to celebrate and raise the roof.

Brian Drayton
Executive Director
Richmond SPOKES
322 Harbour Way #5
Richmond, California 94801
(510) 545-2243
brian@richmondspokes.org
http://www.richmondspokes.org
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Why re-invent the wheel ...when you can tighten the spokes?
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Posted by Richmond Spokes on 10/02/2011 at 6:51 AM

Re: “The SF Mime Trope

RICHMON SPOKES IS DOING FREE BIKE VALET
When: Sunday, July 24th at 2:00 pm (music starts at 1:30)



Where: Nicholl Park, Macdonald Avenue and 33rd Street, Richmond

Posted by Richmond Spokes on 07/24/2011 at 10:16 AM

Re: “The SF Mime Trope

Dear Friends,



Please join me on Sunday, July 24th, as the SF Mime Troupe performs in Richmond for the second year in a row! This is a perfect chance to gather with community on a Sunday afternoon and experience an incredible and engaging theatrical performance at Nicholl Park.



As Robert Brustein says: "Theatergoing is a communal act, movie going a solitary one."



See you there!



My best,

Gayle





Free admission!



Bring blankets and lawn chairs.





Tony Award-winning SF Mime Troupe 52nd season

"2012 - The Musical!"



SF MIME troupe pic



A small political theater company, Theater BAM!, finds itself at a crossroads: should they keep telling the stories they feel can change the world (and starve while telling them), or feed at the corporate trough, sell out, and be the mouthpiece for The Man. Tough decision. But before having to make it, they are offered an artistic commission that may save the company; all they have to do is create a new play, "2012 - The Musical!" But is it political? Will it keep with the company's original mission? What's the true purpose of this frivolous production, and who's really bankrolling the thing?



When: Sunday, July 24th at 2:00 pm (music starts at 1:30)



Where: Nicholl Park, Macdonald Avenue and 33rd Street, Richmond


Contact Information
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Mayor's Office

450 Civic Center Plaza

Richmond, CA 94804



phone: 510.620.6503

fax: 510.412.2070

email: mayor@officeofthemayor.net



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Posted by Richmond Spokes on 07/24/2011 at 10:15 AM

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