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Calling All Denver’s Cycling and Art Enthusiasts to Attend the Last Day of Downtown Denver Public Art Bicycle Tour

Holden Becker

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DENVER, CO – Don’t miss the last day chance to bike around the city while learning about murals, sculptures, and other art with Denver Public Art. This 2.5 hours summer tour will begin in next week on 25th August 2021 at 4 p.m. and will be limited for 10 people only.

The registration and admission fee for this tour is free, this summer tour is open to the public and anyone who are particularly interested in art and cycling. It is also informed that participants are required to bring their own bike, food, water, and safety gear, such as helmet and bike repair kits.

Started from the City of Cuernavaca Park, the bike and art tour will provide an experience to learn the artworks at Denver Skate Park, Commons Park, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Colorado Convention Center. Erica Garcia, the Public Art Maintenance Coordinator will also personally lead this tour across the artwork places.

Denver Public Art also provides several services for this kind of event such as Spanish Translation Service, Sign Language Interpreter, Cart Service, and another Disability Accommodations. Participants need to register to get these services by sending a request via email. Mailing list is also available for anyone who wants to be keep updated about the art events.

For every Denverites who are interested to join this artsy and healthy tour are requested to register at the Denver Public Art official website

Due to the limited number of participants, anyone who have registered but unable to attend this tour need to notify the administrator so the spot can be opened and available for someone else.

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