2nd Annual Fundraiser for the Bike Oven

In 2013 we held an art auction to help the bike oven over come a shake up within the organization. Thanks to everyone that participated we have been able to continue to provide services to our community at large; bicyclists, local artists, musical bands and so many more than have benefited from this community space.Now its 2014 and the bike oven is reaching out to you. We are in need once again, times are tough and we will be holding our 2nd Annual Fundraiser to be able to continue to provide a place for everyone to share.

Come bid on art work of all kinds, a boat trip, collectibles and a slew of various items. This year we will be auctioning more than just art.

Come support the bike oven, hang out with friends or come make new friends/family and be part of something awesome that has been serving the Northeast Los Angeles community for close to a decade… YES you read right, the bike oven has been serving you for close to 10 years now and I don’t think the neighborhood would like to see us go.

If you would like to donate to our fundraiser you can comment here or reach us at:

thebikeoven@gmail.com
323-223-8020

All kind of donations will be accepted, from art work, collectibles, refreshments anything to make this event a success.

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