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10AM TO 6PM
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2nd Cycle relies on the financial support of our community. Your in-shop purchases
support our mission to educate and empower our community's cyclists. Your financial donations support our youth programs and so much more.

 

Every contribution helps and is greatly appreciated!

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1205 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
Tacoma, WA 98405
253.327.1916
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THE BIG BIKE JUMP

2nd Cycle Inaugural Fundraiser w/ Infamous Bike Jump  

 

Join us on Saturday, October 21, for the First Annual 2nd Cycle Fundraiser coupled with Bike Jump number 6 at the Tacoma Glass Museum!

 

2nd Cycle is nine years old and we’ve come a long way from our back alley space with limited resources (and no heating) Since then we have moved three times and expanded our reach and impact in the community; opening a satellite location, partnering with the pierce county juvenile court, and growing our youth programs.

 

Now is the time for us to ask you - our patrons, supporters, friends, and community members - to help us ensure many more years of service, supporting, educating, and advocating for people who ride bikes in Hilltop and the Tacoma.

 

Our inaugural fundraiser will combine the best of 2nd Cycle - bringing together our community to support our 2018 youth programs and experience BIKE JUMP a collaborative neon glass performance art project with Second Cycle and Galen Turner. Galen is building a wall of hand blown neon tubing with the plan of jumping through it on his bmx bike. The hand blown tubes are meticulously made over the course of months. The tubes are housed by a large gate made of sheet metal housing and magic. The gate looks like a like a art deco, retro sci-fi, vegas sign, with blinking marquee lighting, teeth, eyes, and topped with a giant jacob's ladder.. Tickets are only $25 per person but space is limited. Get yours now before we run out of room. Buy tickets here: