Never heard of “scraper bikes”? Watch this.
on November 3, 2009
Tyrone Stevenson Jr., alias the Scraper Bike King, celebrated the third annual Scraper Bike Day last weekend with an informal gathering at a park in East Oakland. The Scraper Bike community, part of yet another Oakland phenom that has gone bigtime, was invited to come out to show off the gussied-up bikes, listen to music, and watch a an all-female performance team do a bike dance.
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Great video. Linked from Carfree USA
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