You have until the end of November to stop by the Rapha Cycle Club and check out “Uncle Charlie and Other Stories of North Cal. Cyclocross” — an art exhibit dedicated to the Northern California Cyclocross community.
The group exhibit includes work by fourteen Bay Area artists, story tellers and contributors. The eclectic show is filled with photography, writing, collage, painting, sculpture as well as historical pieces. Contributors include: Willie K. Bullion, “Pineapple” Bob Kurosawa, Pamela Palma, Jeff Hantman, Stevil Smith, Ray Stafford, Chris McNally, Paul Sadoff, Tom Simpson, Mike Ferrentino, Ezra Manners, Jim Gentes, Jeff Clark and Brian Vernor.
The Rapha Cycle Club is located at 2198 Filbert St in San Francisco, CA. They are open from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. on weekdays, and 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. on weekends. The Cycle Club serves Four Barrel Coffee, Starter Bakery goods and also carries the full offering of Rapha products. “Uncle Charlie and Other Stories of North Cal. Cyclocross” will be displayed in their art gallery through November 30th.
Find out more at Rapha’s site.
Check out some photos from the opening night, and some of the art they have on display: