BIKES ARE HOT – 816 Bike Collective Fundraiser Party

The 816 Bicycle Collective is a great group that does tremendous work fixing up bikes and distributing them to deserving folks in their community centered around 31st and Troost. They depend on the support of the community to keep the operation going, so please take some time to stop by their fundraising party BIKES ARE HOT this Sunday evening.

Sunday, August 22nd,
7:00 p.m. at Californo’s in Westport
Music, KC Sprints roller races, games, and silent auction of art and bike parts.

Pre-party Alleycat Race: 5:00 p.m. at the Firefighters Fountain, 31st and Pennsylvania.  $10 gets you into the race and the party.

If you can’t attend the party, you can still send them some monetary love.


The 816 Bicycle Collective Makes Plans To Move To A Drier Location

Kansas City, Missouri – Last winter electrical damage from a constant leaking roof left the 816 Bicycle Collective without electricity for nearly 3 months.  Despite this setback, and the freezing temperatures, volunteers setup shop outside, (sometimes in the snow,) to help all-weather bicycle commuters with repairs.  The power is on now, it’s 80 degrees hotter, and with community support 816 is preparing the first steps of relocating to a new building, (with a better roof.)

The 816 Bicycle Collective is a recycle a bicycle project that has been helping people in the greater Kansas City area earn bicycles and learn about mechanics for the past 3 years.  The organization relies completely on donations and community support.

To help raise funds for a new, drier space, the collective is throwing a party themed BIKES ARE HOT at Californos in Westport located at 4124 Pennsylvania, Sunday, August 22nd at 7PM.  Entertainment includes – DJ Madeline, live performances from Andean Express – an Andean folk music group, bike races sponsored by KC Cold Sprints, artwork and bicycle frames/parts for silent auction, games and more!

We invite you to be a part of our project!

For more information, media inquiries, or to find out what you can do to help –

Or call 505-231-1589

Check out our MySpace

Read an article written about us in Spectrum

We are also currently in need/accepting the following donations -
All are tax deductable under The Greater Kansas City Bicycle Federation

-Items to raffle – gift certificates, coupons, art, or other merchandise

-Metric box wrenches and Allen keys, or any specialty bike tools
-Bike cables, housing, chain lube, grease and degreaser
-Helmets and bike locks (cables, chains, u-locks)
-Front and rear bike lights
-Bike Stands
-Printing services

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8 Responses to BIKES ARE HOT – 816 Bike Collective Fundraiser Party

  1. Caitlin says:

    There is a Benefit Alleycat beforehand! It’s $10 to race, but then you don’t have to pay cover for the show. Starting at the Firefighter’s Fountain [31st and Washington] at 5 pm. The race ends at Californos. Also, I hear there are great prizes.

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