Photo: David Andrako

Bike to the Bandshell and safely park your bicycle at the ‘BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Bike Valet’ located at 11th Street and Prospect Park West. We are partnering with Transportation Alternatives to provide Bike Valet and Self Park & Lock areas to accommodate approximately 400 bikes.

Got a Flat? Need to pump up those tires? Adjust your seat?

No problem! Transportation Alternatives will have volunteer Bike Experts onsite at the Bike Valet to help with minor bike repairs.

How do I Bike to the Bandshell?

With bike lanes on Vanderbilt Avenue, Prospect Park West, Bedford Avenue, 9th Street, 3rd Street and other approaches to Prospect Park, biking to the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival has never been easier. 

Want to get involved with the Bike Valet?

Volunteer to work the Bike Valet Parking! Email Transportation Alternatives at volunteer@transalt.org.

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As New York’s leading advocate for cyclists, pedestrians, and public transit users, TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES has played a key role in the recent surge of bicycle infrastructure in New York City. According to counts by the NYC Department of Transportation, the number of bike commuters grew an unprecedented 35% in 2008. Since 2007, the City has installed over 150 miles of new bicycle lanes, including the US’s first Copenhagen-style separated cycle track. Providing safe, reliable valet bike parking is a great way to encourage Brooklynites to take to two wheels. 

“We are geared up to park thousands of bikes at this year’s BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn,” says Paul Steely White, Executive Director of Transportation Alternatives. “Providing safe, reliable valet bike parking is a great way to encourage Brooklynites to take to two wheels.”

DERO Bike Rack Co., a leader in the bicycle parking industry, manufactures innovative parking solutions for outdoor spaces and indoor bicycle rooms. DERO ships bike racks across North America and into many countries around the globe and has some pretty awesome ways of maximizing bike parking in NYC's limited-space environments in residential and commercial buildings.