Bicycle Day 2017 – Melbourne

On April 19th, 1943 Albert Hofmann, took the first ever trip of LSD before cycling home. On his cycle home he begun to feel the intense psychedelic effects of the drug. Decades later we celebrate this fateful day and pay homage to the effect LSD has had on society.

Join us this Bicycle Day, Wednesday the 19th of April for celebrations from 6pm at the Hope Street Warehouse in Brunswick. 

The APS will be hosting a number of speakers, opening up LSD discussion to the room and finishing up with a screening of the new documentary The Sunshine Makers.

The Sunshine Makers is the story of Nicholas Sand and Tim Scully, the unlikely duo at the heart of 1960s American drug counter-culture.

Before the movie screening, we will be hosting a panel with speakers on a number of psychedelic topics.

Greg’s dog Sasha standing alongside Greg’s A-Frame after his arrest on the steps of Victorian Parliament on Bicycle Day 2016 for possession of LSD.

  • Greg Kasarik will join us to talk about his ongoing campaign to legalise LSD and other ‘transcendent’ compounds for personal/religious use.
  • Adam Karlovsky will discuss whether psychedelics can help discover facts about quantum physics.
  • Cameron Duffy will also be speaking about LSD

Our psychedelic resources and bookstore will be open for your perusal throughout the evening, so bring along some extra cash.

Come and mingle with your local psychedelic community. Find the others.

Tickets are $15 or $10 if you cycle – show us your helmet!

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