Off the Beaten Path: Three Perspectives on Mountain Biking
Thursday, April 12, 2012, 6-7 p.m., FREE
Professional rider Andrew Taylor and Santa Cruz Bicycles engineer Joe Graney join Joe Breeze, bicycle advocate and original Marin County rider, in a conversation about the growth of mountain biking in Northern California.
Exhibition Reception featuring Akira Tana Trio
Thursday, April 12, 2012, 7-8:30 p.m., FREE
Following the Off the Beaten Path panel discussion, celebrate the opening of Clunkers to MTBs: The Evolution of the Mountain Bike, Chain Reaction: Artists Consider the Bicycle, and Indelibly Yours: Smith Andersen Editions and the Tattoo Project.
Also running now is Indelibly Yours: Smith Andersen Editions and the Tattoo Project, and Andy Warhol: Polaroids and Portraits.
Read more about the exhibits at the de Saisset Museum website.
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