#13.005: The Queen City Bike Tour

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Art & Bikes! A great combination!

A call to all art lovers, urban explorers & cyclists!  ArchiNATI is hosting an exciting bike ride through the city of Cincinnati that features the public art of four historically and architecturally significant neighborhoods–Brighton, the West-End, Camp Washington, and Over-the-Rhine.

The Queen City Bike tour is a ‘slow and easy’ ride that starts at Washington Park, across from Music Hall. We will be riding out of Over-the-Rhine and making our way toward Camp Washington. On the way, we will briefly stop at works of public art, some old painted advertisements (Ghost Signs!) and some of the newly dried ArtWorks murals, and talk a bit about the amazing history that is a part of each. There will be 12 stops total. All attendees should bring their own bikes, water and small snack. We start the tour at 1 PM and in a couple of hours we will have discovered treasures typically hidden from most spectators eyes.

The Queen City Bike Tour | “Experience the City on a Bicycle”

Meets in front of Music Hall, 1241 Elm Street,  45202
SATURDAY, OCT 5 | 1-3 PM
Event is Free and Open to the Public 
Registration Not Required but Welcomed at queencitybiketour.eventbrite.com

Eventbrite - The ArchiNATI Queen City Bike Tour

*Editor’s Note: Post by Mercedeh Namei, ArchiNATI project coordinator


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