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Support Streetsblog Tonight: Party With ARTCRANK at Bike Habitat

The global bike art celebration known as ARTCRANK is whirling through NYC today and tomorrow, and we'd love to see you at the opening night party at Bike Habitat's Soho store (250 Lafayette Street), starting at 6 p.m.

If you haven't been to an ARTCRANK yet, seeing Bike Habitat transformed into a gallery filled with bike-inspired prints is not to be missed. Tonight, Widmer Brothers beer will be on tap, ARTCRANK will be raffling off a custom carbon frameset from Trek, and limited-edition prints from local artists will be on sale. In addition to mixing with people from all over the #bikenyc community, you'll be contributing to livable streets journalism: Proceeds from the raffle and beer sales will benefit Streetsblog and Streetfilms.

Thanks to our friends at Bike Habitat, ARTCRANK, Trek, Widmer, Clif Bar, City Bakery, and Neenah Paper for making this event come together and supporting the work we do at Streetsblog and Streetfilms. It's gonna be a blast.

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