This year’s Bike to Dinner by Revolutions Bicycle Co-op features a new twist as the owners or managers of each featured restaurant will join the ride and explain the story behind their eateries.
Each ride will raise money for the Revolutions Bicycle Ambassadors, an after-school program that donates bicycles and supplies to elementary school children and teaches them how to ride, along with bike safety and maintenance.
Where: Riders meet at Revolutions on 1000 S. Cooper St. at 6:30pm
- June 8: Central BBQ downtown with owner Craig Blondis and family
- June 22: Rock ‘n’ Dough Pizza Co. on Highland with TBD
- July 6: Huey’s downtown with manager Dax Nichols
- July 20: Maciel’s Tortas & Tacos with owner Manuel Rivera
Cost: $5 suggested donation for general public. Free for Revolutions members.
Helmets are required for all riders, along with lights and locks. Rides may be postponed if it rains.
Don’t have a bicycle but still want to join? Revolutions will rent bikes the night of each ride for $5 plus tax.