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Recycle Bicycle Harrisburg’s New Shop Selected For Mural

We’re excited to announce that the RBH shop has been selected for the 2021 Mural Works by SprocketWorks. Once again Harrisburg-based artist, Ralphie Seguinot, will be designing murals to brighten our new location.

If you’d like to volunteer to help out, just let us know.

July 6 & 7 – we will need help preparing the stencils for the murals.

July 10 & 11 – the building needs to be primed and painted in preparation for the murals.

July 13 to 16 – the artist will be doing his magic and creating the new murals.

We’ll be posting pictures on Facebook as we make progress. Check it out.

Murals coming to Allison Hill for 2021 Harrisburg Mural Festival
Article from The ‘Burg July 2021 Issue

The partnership with Recycle Bicycle, an organization that provides free bikes and bike repair to Harrisburg residents, is a meaningful one for Sprocket. One of the nonprofit’s first murals was painted at Recycle Bicycle’s previous location in Uptown Harrisburg.

The new mural on Recycle Bicycle’s building on Chestnut Street in Allison Hill will pay homage to the original, painted both times by Harrisburg artist Ralphie Seguinot. He will utilize some of the same stencils he created and hand-cut for the previous mural and design it to wrap around the building’s front and side.

“Recycle Bicycle Harrisburg was grateful to have a mural on our old Atlas Street building, and the public has come to associate our organization’s identity with murals,” said Jenifer Donnelly of Recycle Bicycle. “We are excited to continue that relationship—it is our hope that we can bring some brightness to our new neighborhood where we already see the gratitude in those receiving and fixing their bicycles.”

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