Kinetic Sculpture Race is the Bee’s Knees

Written by on May 10, 2016 in Featured - No comments
The Bee’s Knees float was all the buzz at this weekend’s Kinetic Sculpture Race where it took home the East Coast Grand Mediocre Championship. | Photo by Ivana Lalicki

The Bee’s Knees float was all the buzz at this weekend’s Kinetic Sculpture Race where it took home the East Coast Grand Mediocre Championship. | Photo by Ivana Lalicki

The 18th annual Kinetic Sculpture Race rolled, glided, pranced, and rumbled through Baltimore this weekend. The wacky human-powered and hand-made floats traversed over 14 miles of terrain, including a dip into the Inner Harbor and mud pits in Patterson Park. From poodle-unicorns to googly-eyed creatures, the floats exemplified this year’s “Myths & Monsters” theme. The Bee’s Knees float was all the buzz and it took home the East Coast Grand Mediocre Championship (which is a good thing, we promise.)

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