I am no way affiliated with this event but just would like to see a TerraTrike presence here. I have Rover on order, but not in time for the event.
I swiped the info from a FaceBook event listing:
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=1 ... 138&ref=mf
(You do need a Facebook account to view the event.)
Date: Saturday, July 17, 2010
Time: 12:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: Rosa Parks Circle
Bikestock Dos is a non-profit event that advocates for more bicycle accommodations in the city of Grand Rapids. It is a musical festival with the flavor of Woodstock. It combines local businesses, community organizations, and bicycles in a fun filled family festival. It also features local politicians and influential citizens speaking on behalf of bicycles. Bikestock is a chance to involve many aspects that make Grand Rapids such a great community in an effort to make it a safer better bicycling community.
Bikestock Dos includes food vendors, local bands, and a beer tent.
12:00- Flying Without Wingz
1:00 - Ghost Heart
2:00 - Bangups
3:00 - Simien the Whale
4:00 - AB and Coconut Brown
5:00 - Mustard Plug
12:30pm Jay Steffen (Director Parks and Recreation)
1:00 pm 2nd Ward City Comm. Ruth Kelly
2:00 pm1st Ward City Comm. David Shaffer/ Kent County Comm. Jim Talen
3:00 pm Jack Hoffman (Green Grand Rapids) / Dr.Eric Nordman (GVSU)
4:00 pm Suzanne Schultz ( GR Planning Department Director)
5:00 pm David LaGrande (State Sentorial Candidate)
All City Kicks, Art Peers, Citizen Shirt, Casa La Parrot, Clothing Matters, Commute Bicycle Shop, Cycle Safe, East Side Tattoos, Founders Brewing Company, Freewheeler Bike Shop, Friends of GR Parks, Green Machines, Grand Rapids Pizza Delivery, Hop Cat, Marie Catribs, Kent County Democratic Party, Meanwhile Bar, Michigan Mountain Bike Association, the Motion Initiative, Mystic Mill, Past Perfect, Premier Skating, Rapid wheelman, Specialized bicycles, Urban Pharm, Velocity USA, Village Bike and WMEAC.
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