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Video Mini-Documentary by Garrett Cleary

The Baltimore Bike Party is a mass monthly ride for participants of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities.  They stay together, in a slow pace (usually ~10mph), following a different route every month, pre-selected by volunteers and posted ahead of time. The Bike Party happens on the last Friday of every month.  The group meets at 6:30pm at the St Mary’s Park in Seton Hill (600 N Paca St) and wheels hit the pavement at 7:00.  They usually ride until 9:00 or 9:30 and, although the starting point stays the same, the end point varies from month to month.

More information at the Baltimore Bike Party Website.

The Bike Party is a ride for all bikers!  It is organized by a core group of volunteers.  They are always looking for more help, if you interested in getting involved, contact them at baltimorebikeparty-at-gmail-dot-com!

Author Garrett Cleary is an Irish freelance artist from Madrid. You can check out some of his work here!

This video was made in conjunction with Brineblog, a collaborative JHU & MICA Arts and Culture project run by Jack Livingston and Cara Ober.

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