Melrose/Heliotrope Block Party

The Bike Kitchen is going to raffle a ready to roll Falcon track bike with complete Campagnolo supergroup with a tin of other dope prizes.

I hope to see you there!

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Come out to the Encino Velodrome (4.12) and come to the Block Party (4.13)!
At the Block Party on Melrose and Heliotrope The Bicycle Kitchen will be raffling off a Falcon Track bike with a full Campagnolo supergroup!!!

We will also be raffling a Campagnolo record equipped vintage Italian road bike!

There will also be many other prizes too, so come hang out with us!

There will also be prizes from:
bici concepts
Bicycle Fixation
Orange 20
The Hundreds
and more!

Bladerunner Alleycat Friday April 11th by Jimmy Lizama
Track events Saturday April 12th at The Encino Velodrome (10am)!!!
Block Party SUNDAY Pril 13th at Melrose and Heliotrope.

Please come out and show support for your local bicilandia!


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