Event Bike Rack Request

Through the generosity of the City of Memphis, ten portable bicycle racks are available to the public for temporary installation at events.  Bike Walk Memphis (BWMem) is proud to partner with the City to manage rental of the racks, including delivery, installation, break-down, and pick-up.

If you would like to encourage and accommodate event attendees arriving by bicycle, but you need extra bicycle parking, please email bridget@bikewalktn.org; call us at 469.471.2735; or provide the following information in the box below:

1.) Primary Contact Name and Organization ("Requester")

2.) Special Event/Purpose for Borrowing Racks

3.) Date and Time of Event

4.) Number of Event Attendees Expected

5.) Event Location

6.) Any website for the event, twitter handles, and/or facebook event page

Ask us about our valet staffing options, and do share with us your event information. We like to encourage bicyclists and pedestrians to attend bicycle and pedestrian-friendly events!

To accommodate your request, BWMem requires submission of your request six business days prior to the event date.

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  • Phillip Para
    Join ASU Mid-South for the first big event at the Big River Crossing Delta Regional Park. Help us show Memphis why the Left Bank is the right bank of the Mississippi River! The Left Bank Festival supports scholarships for the ASU Mid-South Greyhound Basketball Men’s and Ladies’ student-athletes.

    The first, so of course, the best festival on the left side of Big River Crossing!

    5K/10K Run along the river

    Catfish cooking competition

    Live Music

    Beer sipping overlooking the river

    Iconic West Memphis food

    Crafts and vendors

    We encourage people to come by bike from both directions.

    Saturday, October 6, 2018

    4:00 PM- 8:00 PM

    West Memphis side of the Big River Crossing

    Admission is Free


    We expect 500 people
  • Audra Farmer
    Project Green Fork’s 8th Annual Loving Local Fundraiser to be held at the all new OLD DOMINICK DISTILLERY overlooking the Mighty Mississippi in Downtown, Memphis.

    Join us for our biggest fundraiser of the year, Loving Local, which will be held at the Old Dominick Distillery on Thursday, June 8th from 6:00-9:00 PM. This is Project Green Fork’s 8th Annual Loving Local Fundraiser, and a first-time event of this type ever held at the Distillery on Front Street.

    The event will feature live entertainment, a silent auction and bottle pull.

    The event will also feature food from PGF certified restaurants, a signature cocktail, wine and beer.

    The event is designed to raise money for Project Green Fork, which contributes to a sustainable Mid-South by helping reduce environmental impacts, with a focus on strengthening homegrown restaurants. Project Green Fork is a program offered through Clean Memphis.

    Loving Local was created to celebrate the many great things we love about Memphis while supporting Project Green Fork. We hold our fundraiser at a different venue each year, a place that embraces what’s unique to Memphis, and the Old Dominick Distillery fits the bill perfectly!

    Tickets are $50

    We expect about 250-300 people