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Sacramento Bicycle Kitchen Preparing Fourth Annual Scavenger Hunt

Fresh off the heels of May is Bike Month, the non-profit Sacramento Bicycle Kitchen will host its fourth annual "Hunt the Grid" bicycle scavenger hunt through midtown and downtown Sacramento this year on Second Saturday, June 9, from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM, hosted at the Bicycle Kitchen’s shop at 1915 I Street, next to the railroad tracks.

"Hunt the Grid IV" is a repeat of the wildly popular scavenger hunt that sends teams of two to four riders racing across the central city in a friendly competition of pedals and wits to seek out trinkets, images, and Sacramento landmarks both popular and obscure, from a movie ticket stub to the statue of Don Miguel Hidalgo and Dorothea Puente’s house to that one inexplicable BART trash can.

This year, the hunt includes a new twist, with a circus theme and prizes awarded for the best costumed team, in  addition to the standard prizes for good scavenging!

After the scavenger hunt, the Sacramento Bicycle Kitchen will be open for its usual all ages, no cover Second Saturday party, featuring beer from New Belgium Brewing, art by Sacramento’s own Paul Imagine, and music by DJ Hail Bop and Be Brave Bold Robot.  Like all of SBK’s Second Saturday parties, this one will be all-ages and starts at 6:00 PM right in the Bicycle Kitchen itself.

Registration is now open, but fills quickly.  All participants must be 18 or participate with their legal guardian.  There is a $10 per person participation fee, with proceeds going to the Sacramento Bicycle Kitchen.  Register your team by e-mailing circus@sacbikekitchen.org. More information can be found at the Sacramento Bicycle Kitchen’s web site or by e-mailing Ryan Sharpe.

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