StreetFilms: Bike to Shea



Bike to Shea

A StreetFilm by Sean Clifford

Running Time: 3 minutes 2 seconds

The StreetFilms team cycled with over 100 baseball fanatics during Bike Week on an amazin’ jaunt to Shea Stadium. The 4th annual ride was organized by the NYC Department of Transportation and the great spirits at Transportation Alternatives provided the valet bike parking. Let’s go Mets! Let’s go bikes!

  • Boogiedown

    Do they have the same event to Yankee Stadium?

  • Where does a man find a Mets cycling jersey?

  • Xue

    Boogiedown – they have in years past but this year they didn’t. I’m not positive what the reason is.

  • hey, whats the damn route! how do you get there?

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