EUGENE, Ore. – The second and final Sunday Streets of this year was help in parts of Eugene’s Churchhill neighborhood on Sunday.
People filled the streets from McCornack Elementary School to Bike Friday on West Eleventh. The event, which was held from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., featured free bike tune-ups at Acorn Park and a performance from world champion BMX pro Dave Nourie.
Jarl Berg, Bike Friday’s Marketing Director, said Eugene is the perfect place for this event.
“I’m born and raised in Eugene, Oregon so this is home and this really feels like home,” Nourie said. “To have people be right here coming to us and coming to our parking lot to have a party, it’s pretty great. “
This event follows the Sunday Streets event that was held in July, where organizers said more than 12,000 attended.
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