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May 18 @ 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
In celebration of Bike Month 2022, the Boston Cyclists Union is hosting a bike-in movie and community celebration!
Join us at Christian Herter Park‘s newly renovated amphitheater on the banks of the Charles River in Allston for a screening of Grecia White’s new Boston-based documentary, Women Who Bike at Night, as well as Gabriel Méndez Castaño short film, Mensajeros de Boston (Bike Messengers of Boston)*. Both films will be followed by a Q&A session with the creators.
The film screenings will be preceded by an outdoor celebration featuring A Trike Called Funk (Boston’s own pop-up party tricycle, spinning songs to create a dance party for YOU!), pop-up bicycle repair provided by REI, free El Pelón Taquería burritos for the first 100 guests, and Frosty’s Ice Cream soft serve available for purchase. The event will also include a special “unveiling” of Herter Park’s new bike racks.
BYO water bottle – the Boston Water and Sewer Commission’s water truck will be serving up fresh Boston tap water.
This is a free event. Bike convoys will be converging at Herter Park from Jamaica Plain, Copley Square, and Cambridge (part of what makes it a “bike-in” movie!):
*Please note that our second film, Mensajeros de Boston, contains some colorful language that may not be appropriate for children. That screening will be begin at 9:00 PM after a brief intermission, providing folks an opportunity to depart if desired.
Our Bike-In Movie is just one part of our Bike Month 2022 programming and advocacy opportunities.
Want to see more events like this one for the Greater Boston bike community? Consider joining or renewing your BCU membership today – your contribution provides critical support to our organizing and advocacy work.
As an incentive, join or renew by May 31 and be automatically entered to win a brand new Coast beach cruiser — a $599 value! — courtesy of Priority Bicycles.