The KVIBE warehouse doors have a new look. The artwork was manifested by Erik Patton, a Honolulu graffiti artist, skateboarder, and cyclist. Patton spent a portion of yesterday working on a fresh representation of KVIBE’s continuing evolution. The beautiful piece of art is on display right now.
KVIBE is open today. With extended hours, hopefully more children (and the community of Kalihi Valley) will find the warehouse and learn about bicycles. KVIBE exists solely to provide children with positive pursuits, knowledge, and a safe place to learn about the vast possibilities of riding a bicycle.
As author H.G. Wells once said, “When I see an adult on a bicycle, I do not despair for the future of the human race.”
KVIBE’s goal is for the Kalihi Valley community’s children to be avid cyclists. Bicycles are efficiently simple transportation devices. Every part of a bicycle is fixable with hearty elbow grease. And quite often the solution is very straightforward.
KVIBE is Open. Ride A Bicycle.