Sat, Feb 04|
Group Ride and Biking While Black Screening - Zeitgeist Arts
Time & Location
Feb 04, 3:45 PM CST
Duluth, 222 E Superior St # 326, Duluth, MN 55802, USA
About the event
Come along on a fun, family-friendly Winter mobility activity for people with bikes of all types!
This Cold Front and Transit Equity Day, Zeitgeist invites you to a fun, family-friendly group bike ride. Together we’ll take off from Cold Front, navigate the Winter multimodal route from Bayfront Park to Downtown and back (around 1 mile, roughly 15min, one way), and explore what makes—and what prevents!—Winter mobility and livability in Duluth. Halfway through the ride, we’ll take a warming break with a free snack + hot beverage at Zeitgeist and see the 9min film Biking While Black. We’ll be riding at a social pace; socializing while riding is encouraged. Join us for the film screening, group ride, or both!
This East Side Group Ride will be preceded by a West Side Group Ride to Ecolibrium3 and back from 2-3:30pm.
WHERE & WHEN:
Leaving Cold Front at 3:45pm, arriving at Zeitgeist at 4pm, warming break/film screening at Zeitgeist from 4-4:30pm, arriving back at Cold Front at 4:45pm.
REGISTRATION & PRICING:
This event includes donation-based pricing from $1-$25. Please pay what you can to help support vital transportation equity work taking place across Duluth! All registrants are automatically entered into a raffle. Prizes include bike lights, water bottles, a bike lock, tire levers, and more!
SAFETY & ACCESSIBILITY:
People with bikes of all types are invited to participate! No specialized equipment necessary. Safety riders will have first aid and safety gear; if you need help during the ride, look for someone in a yellow vest. NOTE: This group ride is not wheelchair accessible. The Zeitgeist space is wheelchair accessible and closed captioning is available for the film. Please list any accessibility requests in the ticketing form. For additional safety and/or accessibility concerns, please contact us email@example.com.
This event is sponsored, in part, by MPECU, United Health Care, St. Luke’s, SHIP, St. Louis County, and the Northland Community Health Board.