“Eat. Drink. Think.” is the theme for the eleventh annual Earth Day Fair put on by the Piedmont Environmental Alliance and the goal is to educate the public on sustainability. It’s a free event with workshops and demonstrations, live music, and vendors selling creative and sustainable products. So bikes are an obvious shoe-in.
We were stylin’ at last years Earth Day Fair with bike valet and the coolest Spirograph ever made, but this year we wanted to turn it up a bit.
#Spirograph is a geometric drawing toy that produces mathematical roulette curves of the variety technically known as hypotrochoids and epitrochoids. It was developed by British engineer Denys Fisher and first sold in 1965. Come dork out with us at the 2015 #piedmontearthdayfair #upcycled #bike #bikejunk #bikeart #mathematical!
We’re still offering a free valet parking service for all of our fellow Winstonians who ride their bikes to the fair and this year we’re adding some of our very own workshops. Three to be exact. You’ll go from zero to hero after learning Maintenance 101, Proper Bike Fit, and Commuting Tips.
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