Tikikum Crossing scheduled to open September 12, 2015.

“Cyclecide has been confirmed to do a  show at OMSI in Portland, Oregon on the 12th. and 13th of September.  We are being invited to commemorate a new bridge that has been built, that is the first all Rail, Pedestrian, and Bicycle Bridge in the country. The OMSI has asked us to perform, set up our midway, and have bikes available for people to ride.” — Jarico Reesce

The band is practicing, the bikes rides are being painted, and the clown shoes shined!  We are all looking forward to a fun show in the Pacific Northwest!
Posted on a Thu in July 2015f 2015 by Rudy

Bay Area Maker Faire 2015

We had a blast again, thanks for inviting us, Maker Faire!  Amazingly, Mark managed to master the Wrong Way Bike!

Posted on a Thu in July 2015f 2015 by Rudy

Bay Area Maker Faire 2014

Join Cyclecide at this years Bay Area Maker Faire at the San Mateo Event Center May 17th & 18th.

Posted on a Thu in April 2014f 2014 by Laird

East Bay Mini Maker Faire 2013

Experience Cyclecide creations at the 2013 East Bay Mini Maker Faire.

Posted on a Sat in October 2013f 2013 by Laird

Pedalfest 2013

Pedalfest in Oakland’s Jack London Square


July 2oth 2013    11am-7pm

·         Cyclecide pedal powered carnival

·         Whiskeydrome daredevils

·         Two-wheeled stunts by pro riders Mike Steidley and Chris Clark

·         Rock the Bike’s pedal-powered stage featuring live music

·         TGC Actions Sport/BMX Stunt Team performances

·         Oaklandish’s kids bicycle parade

·         U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame vintage bikes

·         Brompton bike folding contest

·         Bicycle rodeo for children

·         Pedal-powered food

·         New, vintage and handmade bikes

·         Bike Stand demo stage by Bay Area Bikes

·         Bike trivia dunk tank

·         Pedalfest Pig Roast by Lungomare: www.pedalfestpigroast.eventbrite.com

·         Bicycle vendors, artisans and more

·         Selection of beers available from New Belgium Brewing Co., with all proceeds going to support the advocacy work of the East Bay Bicycle Coalition


Posted on a Thu in July 2013f 2013 by Laird

Lagunitas Beer Circus 2013

May 19, 2013 at 1:00 PM
Lagunitas Brewing Company
Petaluma, CA

Mind-bending Acts! Live Circus Music! Burlesque Dancers! Midway Games! Craft Brews! Local Food! Freaks & More!

Tickets include tastings of the best craft brews in the County. Extra tastings may be purchased at the event to keep your thirst quenched.

Some of the freaktacular entertainment…

CYCLECIDE carnival rides!

Vau de Vire Society w/ special musical guest

Molotov and Dixie Delish of Americana Mayhem:
Knife throwing, Bed of Nails, Sword Swallowing and The Wheel of DEATH!

El Radio Fantastique

Sambadrop Marching Band

The Kehoe Nation


The Klown Korp Kops


Posted on a Sun in May 2013f 2013 by Laird

Maker Faire Bay Area 2013

Join Cyclecide at the Bay Area Maker Faire 2013 at the San Mateo Event Center May 18th and 19th.

Posted on a Sun in May 2013f 2013 by Laird

Open Make at the Lawerence Hall of Science “Bikes”

Pictures and info from this event at:goo.gl/ETlCf

Featured bike exhibitors included:

  • Altered bikes built by Cyclecide.
  • Young Makers Stavros Boutris and Jake Wallin’s “whacky bikes” made from recycled old bikes and other wheeled objects.
  • Pedal powered music from Paul Freedman and Rock the Bike.
  • Make a fruit smoothie with a pedal-powered blender and the East Bay Bicycle Coalition.
  • Energy Bike + iPad demo with Stephanie Chang from Bike-to-Scale.
  • Create “bike frills” for your bike with the East Bay Depot for Creative Reuse.
  • Electric bikes demonstration with the Hall’s resident astronomer Alan Gould.
  • Use Katharine-Ellen Jolda’s Cyclocarder to clean and card wool
Posted on a Fri in March 2013f 2013 by Laird

Edwardian Worlds Faire SF 2013

It was a beautiful evening at the Edwardian Worlds Faire at San Francisco’s  Regency Ballroom.

Posted on a Mon in January 2013f 2013 by Laird

Bigfoot vs Cookie Mongoloid

Cyclecide presents a match of monstrous proportions :
The inspiring musical version of the awesome legend of Bigfoot meets the furious Sesame speed metal of Cookie Mongoloid.
The lovely Kitten on the Keys providing entertainment between rounds.
DJ Big Daddy spins from his eclectic collection.
Plus: Stoner Jesus and Farmer John
At San Francisco Bayview’s new venue of fun and excitement : Cyclecide’s Swearhouse.
$8 – $12 sliding scale
Sat. Oct. 27, 8pm
1660 Jerrold Ave., SF
(near 3rd st., 1/2 mile south of Cesar Chavez St.)
Posted on a Mon in October 2012f 2012 by Laird