Flying Bike lands at Flora Grub Gardens

It’s a flying bicycle – overtaken by plants!

Cyclecide alter bike builder Jarico Reesce has collaborated with our neighbors at Flora Grub Gardens to make a fantastic flying bike plant display. Planted by Jim Kumiega.

Jarico's flying bike at Flora Grub Gardens

Posted on a Sun in July 2012f 2012 by Laird

Bay Area Maker Faire 2012

Thanks for to all that visited us at Cyclecide at the 2012 Bay Area Maker Faire.

A two-day, family-friendly festival of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker movement.

Posted on a Thu in April 2012f 2012 by Laird

Coachella 2012

 

Posted on a Sun in March 2012f 2012 by Laird

Heavy Pedal Crank Art Exhibition

Thanks to all you Bike Art connoisseurs that joined us at the exhibition!

Pics and review at The upTown Almanac.

Cyclecide and Circuit Network present the Heavy Pedal Crank Art Exhibition at The Lab
Friday & Saturday, March 30-31, 2012

The aim of this exhibition is to explore the concepts, principles, and ideas that the bike has inspired, transgressed, or altered.

Join us for a fun and inspiring weekend celebrating that most versatile machine, the Bicycle. Artists recycling bicycle parts, making work inspired by the bicycle or building their own hybrid machines include Johnny Payphone (clockwork bike); Keith Martin; August Wood; Loid Mongoloid(bike slot machine and jewelry); Jay Broemmel (slouch cycles-altered bikes); John & Sarina Raffa; Slim Buick (custom vintage bikes); Paul Cesewski (Kinetic bike sculptures); Kal Spelletich (Turbo Trike); Yoli Hadde; Neil Smith & Justin Solomon (Black Label Bike Club,  Oakland); and Jarico Reesce (Cyclecide), among others. We Invite all to come and see bikes that have been transformed or altered into pre-cycled sculptures and vehicles of imagination!

Also join Cyclecide and participating artists for Saturday night’s closing party celebrating the rise of the Bikes. Screenings of Jay Broemmel’s spoof “The Loaded Warrior” and the Cyclecide bike “safety” video. DJs, live performance by Los Banos, Cyclecide’s merry band of mariachi-punk musicians, and more to be announced.

Posted on a Mon in February 2012f 2012 by Laird

Edwardian World’s Faire 2012

Thanks to all that took a whirl with Cyclecide at the 2012 Edwardian World Faire!

Posted on a Thu in January 2012f 2012 by Laird

Last Days of Discolandia

A Soul, Rhythm & Roots Dance Party
Featuring
DJ Harry Duncan
In the Soul Kitchen/KUSF in Exile
Saturday, January 14
$10, doors a 9pm, dancing till 2am
1660 Jerrold Ave. @ 3rd at the Cyclecide Swearhouse

Skins stretched over wood; horns made out of metal … cracking voices, clapping hands, shaking tambourines … funk recorded on reel-to-reel and pressed on wax … selected by smooth-talking turntable wizards wielding trunks full of treasures and an encyclopedic knowledge of sexy, rebellious, multi-cultural and yet decidedly American music.

KUSF’s Harry Duncan, a.k.a. Harry D, has been holding down ‘In the Soul Kitchen’ on Tuesday nights from 7 to 9pm for the past 28 years. Who knows how many babies have been conceived on his musical watch. This self-proclaimed ‘”Man Behind The Mike With The Strong Stuff You Like” is the former manager/performer of the Meters, Ornette Coleman, Boz Scaggs, Irma Thomas, and Captain Beefheart, among others … and his record collection is vast as his segues are smooth. To listeners, simply put, Harry D’s KUSF show has become synonymous with “Take me to funk and soul school once a week.”

Duncan’s late friend Bill Graham would be pleased to look down from Heaven and see Harry D stepping out of his Soul Kitchen these days to host rare-groove DJ sessions at the Fillmore, the Warfield, and Amoeba Records.

Saturday, January 14, 2012 marks the most ambitious rent party Cyclecide has ever thrown for their new warehouse space. Your last chance to see a real DJ — someone who knows more about music than you will ever know — and to dance your ass off like Discolandia Records never closed.

http://inthesoulkitchen.blogspot.com/
Nothin’ But The Best
(And Later For The Rest)

www.cyclecide.com

Posted on a Tue in January 2012f 2012 by Laird

Pedalfest in Jack London Square

Jay and Walter take the Sea Nyph for a pedal along the Jack London Square water front at the Oakland Pedal Fest.
Jay and Walter take the Sea Nymph for a pedal along the Jack London Square water front at the Oakland Pedal Fest.

Posted on a Tue in September 2011f 2011 by Laird

Maker Faire Bay Area 2011

 Another great Maker Faire!

Posted on a Sun in May 2011f 2011 by Laird

Major Taylor Day 2011

Cyclcide and Fix the Cycle of Richmond CA celebrated Major Taylor with a Bike Fiesta to promote cycling and community health.

Major taylor 2011

Hosted by Bicycle Art Salon,  Richmond SPOKES, Building blocks for
kids, Contra Costa  County, City of Richmond The Pedler and a number
of community  members and orgs.

Posted on a Tue in May 2011f 2011 by Laird

Oakland Bike Away from Work Party 2011

It’s the best part of bike to work day… leaving work to party with Cyclecide!

Thursday, May 12
5:30-8:30pm
Old Oakland, Washington & 9th
The 2011 East Bay Bicycle Coalition Bike Away from Work Party took to the streets in Old Oakland, featuring, Cyclecide , the Big Tadoo Puppet Crew, The Bay Area Derailleurs, and The Muddy Roses.

Posted on a Thu in April 2011f 2011 by Laird