The Bicycle Design and Fabrication program at Minnesota State College Southeast in Red Wing is holding an open house to showcase the work completed in the program by students this year.
Tomorrow, (Tuesday, May 9th) from 5 to 6:30 pm in the Bicycle Design and Fabrication Lab, second-year students will have a number of complete bicycle frames on display, which they have custom designed and fabricated.
First year students will also have projects on display.
The event is free and open to the public; light refreshments will be served.
Pictured: Reider Litzenberger. Reider, who came to Red Wing from Asheville, North Carolina, is graduating this spring with an Associate of Applied Science in Bicycle Design and Fabrication. He has completed two bike frames, and one of them has already been powder coated and fully built out.