Spikes ‘N’ Spokes on Saturday night

This event is bike-friendly in more ways than one — both bicycles and motorcycles are invited to this Saturday’s Spikes ‘N’ Spokes event on the site of the  SYLVAN | THIRTY project. “It’s our farewell to our terminally ill friend known as the Alamo Plaza Courts,” says Brent Jackson, the project’s developer.

The event is a fundraiser for Guns and Hoses, a North Texas organization that supports the families of fallen police officers and fire fighters. RTB2 and STEW will play live music, and admission is free — enter through the old County Auto Service Center on Sylvan — but proceeds from beer and food sales will benefit Guns and Hoses, as will the $10 fee to enter the bike design contest. The contest winner will receive two tickets to Taste of the NFL.

Click to sign up for the Advocate's weekly news digest and be the first to know what’s happening in Oak Cliff.
Written By
More from Keri Mitchell

Worth a thousand words

They met at Tyler Street United Methodist Church in the early 1970s,...
Read More