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Art Bikes are back! The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture invites the public to pull out that old, unused bike and be a part of creating The Art Bikes 2018 exhibition celebrating the 37th year of the famous Hotter ‘N Hell Bike Ride.
Art Bikes will be displayed at two locations as part of this third annual community-wide art project. Bikes will be exhibited at two locations – Sikes Senter Mall (starting July 1st) and at Finish Line Village during the Annual Hotter’N Hell Hundred weekend (August 23-26, 2018). This is a great project for families, art camps, after school programs, local businesses, senior social groups, basketball teams, or anyone else! The only rule is that you don’t spend more than $37.00 on creating your masterpiece.
If you have an old bike sitting in the garage just collecting dust, and prefer to donate it to the project – click here, fill out the form and we’ll arrange a drop off time and location. All bikes remain property of the group or family, and will be available for pickup up on August 27.

What’s An Art Bike?

It’s your own creation! Use your imagination and consider that old bicycle, tricycle, or unicycle to be your canvas and transform it. Take it apart, put it back together, paint it – and add your imagination!!! Just have fun.

About the Alliance

The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture exists to be of service to artists and arts organizations in Wichita Falls so that their work is made visible to every person in our community and to those who visit.
For more information, contact The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture by emailing or by calling (940) 500-4451.