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Ecorazzi Helps Matthew Modine Celebrate Bicycle For A Day In NYC

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Earlier last month Ecorazzi announced that Matthew Modine was working on “BICYCLE FOR A DAY” — a campaign to get people out of their cars and into the streets using a bike, skateboard, or anything else not dependent on gasoline. Well now Ecorazzi has all the details and wants you to get out there and bike your little butt off!

The event will be held this Saturday, September 20th at 10 am. Participates will meet at Manhattan’s South Street Seaport’s Pier 17 where Modine and Olympian Sharon Seagrave will kick off the ride.

Besides the biking, the day includes a Luke Haas concert, a speech by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and prizes such as Puma “Glow” Bicycles and a Segway. Plus lets not forget about all the awesome celebs that are getting involved, like Kevin Nealon, Heather Graham, Lucy Liu, Gina Gershon and many, many more.

Modine said: “The environmental situation is a great opportunity for us all to work together to find solutions. Bicycle for a Day is just that— citizens of the world joining together globally and acting locally.”

For more info, visit bicycleforaday.org!

via: plentymag.com

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