Enjoy Human Powered Fun Downtown at Cyclo.Via

Published Thursday, June 21, 2012 at 12:02 pm

June 21, 2012. On Sunday, June 24, from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. portions of Howard Street, Depot Street and Rivers Street will be closed to vehicular traffic, but open to Human Powered Fun. Enjoy biking, walking, running, stroller pushing and many fun activities hosted by Boone Area Cyclists. So decorate your bike, bring your family and experience Boone Cyclo.Via!

Check out Cyclo.Via’s Photo Gallery and Youtube video:

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More entertainment will be provided by Fox Kinsman and Friends Flatland BMXers, African Rhythm and Beats and Three Graces Entertainment: Belly Dance and Fun Fitness.

For Cyclo.Via 2012, help Boone Area Cyclists provide a warm welcome to the Freestyle Connection BMX show:

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Lisa Hummel’s Bike Smoothies will be downtown, too, so come make your fresh mango smoothie powered by bike. Mangos are from South Florida and being delivered by the president of the Exotic Fruit Society of America. 

Other vendors include food, wares and services, like:

Stick Boy Bread Company: Fresh bread and goodies

The Farmer’s Wife: Come get you an apple pie 

Footsloggers Climbing Wall: Only $15/bring your own shoes, or $17/ with shoe rental 

GOat Green Farm: The green alternative for clearing your land

Make Shift Goods: When you need green household goods

One Love Foundation: Cool Gatherings and Books

Earth Fare

Emma’s Lemonada Specialada

Green Mother Goods

 

And nonprofit organizations, like:

Watauga County Pathways: Developing Trails, Greenway and Paddle Trails

High Country Local First: Supporting Local Farms and Businesses

Boone Bike Initiative: Putting More People on Bikes More Often

Healthy Carolinians

Safe Kids Watauga County

Appalachian Health District

 

Visit Boone Cyclo.Via’s website for more information and be sure to check out their photo gallery!

 

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