Punk History of the East Bay Ride
This 2-hour bike tour features highlights of the East Bay scene where punk music and culture stirred to life, and continues to evolve. This ride offers special discounts for WOBO and OMCA members. You also get a chance to add a contribution to 924 Gilman, a 501c3 volunteer-run music and performance venue open to performers of all-ages.
Ride leaders are ready to fill your ears with history, stories and current events.
Corbett Redford is the director of the upcoming documentary "Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk" (https://www.facebook.com/eastbaypunxmovie) and singer for Bobby Joe Ebola and the Children Macnuggits. He also serves on the 924 Gilman Fundraising Committee. He will share his nuggets of wisdom developed during the making of the documentary on this one-of-a-kind bike tour.
Kamala Parks is a co-founder of 924 Gilman, serving as an historical consultant for the upcoming documentary "Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk" and is the current chair of the 924 Gilman Fundraising Committee. She played drums in several bands and booked numerous bands on national and international tours, as well as served as the scene reporter and wrote several articles for Maximum RockNRoll, an internationally renowned fanzine.
Tim Drew, biking advocate and long-time WOBO volunteer, was involved in the East Bay punk scene in the early to mid 1980's
Oakland Museum of California (View)
1000 Oak Street
Oakland, CA 94607
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|