Night-Rider Five (Limited Edition)
Two groups of women inspire Night Rider Five. In 1928, five African American women set off from New York City on a 250-mile adventure to Washington D.C. Their three-day ride was about personal pleasure and challenge and questions our ideas of who bicycled in history and why. Today, five black women get up at 4 a.m. most mornings and ride on average 12-15 miles in the hood before going to work. This piece honors all bicyclists.
(LIMITED EDITION - 250).