Art Events, Art Exhibits

ROLL 2015 Bicycle Art Festival

When: June 5-Sept. 11 2015

It's thanks to people like Al Brody that cyclists have more roads, trails and adventures in the Springs. Brody led the way to allowing bikes year-round access to the Pikes Peak Highway, among other efforts. In February, however, Brody was diagnosed with Stage IV tongue cancer (bit.ly/1HwU1Fz), and while he's awaiting results of treatment, you can help keep up his good work by attending the ROLL 2015 Bicycle Art Festival, happening tonight at 5:30 and running through Sept. 11 at Marmalade (219 W. Colorado Ave., on.fb.me/1GE4qTI). Enjoy a bike-themed art fest and live music — from Mike Clark, Grant Sabin, Eros and the Eschaton and Spiritwell — and take part in any number of bike- or human-powered activities, like the Mobile Music Project and the Levitator Lounge. A portion of the money raised at ROLL will be donated to the Al Brody Fundraiser, "to provide opportunities 'to get more butts on bikes, more often, safely.'" — Edie Adelstein

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