What could be more fun than learning about some of the world’s earliest bicycles and those who repair and collect them! And where is
the technology going for today’s bicycles? Come see some of these “ordinaries”
and other styles of bicycles at a program on March 12th at the Old Colorado City History Center, 1 S. 24th Street.
John Crandall, owner of Old Town Bike Shop, will share the stage with Paul Rust and Chris Mike. Paul is the owner of a Westside
neighborhood business, Rocky Mountain High Wheels. Chris collects old bicycles
and will share some of his special finds. Crandall will bring us up-to-date
with current bicycles and the popularity of biking today.
The program starts at 11:00 am but come early for coffee and look at the museum’s antique bicycle display.
For more info contact 636-1225 or firstname.lastname@example.org or the Society's website, history.oldcolo.com