A means of transportation on two wheels also used for entertainment gains exposure in Shopping Penha. Already open to the public, the exhibition “The World on Two Wheels” presents twelve models of old bicycles that will make the public travel in time. They are models from the 1940s and 1970s, as well as two circus copies and other curious items such as the giant wheel bikes known as the American Star of 1880 and Penny Farthing, created in 1860. A true history lesson for visitors.
The exhibition is free and the public can check it until March 8, at the Event Square of the development, located at João Ribeiro Floor (Ground Floor), from Monday to Saturday, from 10 am to 10 pm, and Sundays and holidays, From 2 to 8 pm.
In addition to bicycles, Shopping Penha customers will be able to enjoy panels with photos alluding to each of the models of the exhibition, which bring a sense of movement and show the public that the object is present in Andyeducation. The exhibition also aims to encourage the use of the bicycle as a means of transportation to facilitate urban mobility and still preserve the environment. The awareness of cyclists and drivers about the circulation of bikes through the streets is another topic addressed.
For Gislaine Dermonde, Marketing Manager at Shopping Penha, the exhibition will enchant children and adults with the various models of antique bikes. The public will be able to see the transformation of this means of transportation over the years, as well as being a great option for a free ride for the whole family.”The Show on Two Wheels exhibits true rarities, parents and grandparents will be able to tell their children and grandchildren how they used to play when they were kids. They will have the opportunity to rescue their childhood and move on to the minors. We always seek to offer differentiated events to our customers,”says Gislaine.