The rainy streets of Williamsburg came alive last weekend with for the 12th annual Bike Fetish Day. Organized by the beloved City Reliquary Community Museum, the colorful event attracted some of the city's most enthusiastic bike nuts and was a "wheely big" success.
The annual event sees a variety of bicyles from classic vintage models to compact commuter bikes, as well as our favorite category – Mutant Bikes. The Black Label Bike Club‘s cycle was one of the parade’s showstoppers, with its jaw-dropping double-decker bike with a swing in the middle. After taking several laps around the streets of Williamsburg, the swinging mutant ride was lauded as the star of the show this year.
Winners of several categories took home “best of” trophies while fellow bike lovers and spectators enjoyed grilled hamburgers and hot dogs. The event also featured several bike advocacy booths so that visitors could learn more about biking in the city.
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