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No Honking, No Fumes

1. Kiel Mead’s pretzel-like money clip won’t weigh down your pockets.
$70 at In God We Trust.
2. A throw pillow from Calypso Home shouldn’t slow your pace ($180).
3. Bicycle Habitat is well placed for any mid-journey chain or tire malfunctions. Test-ride a Trek Soho S while you’re there ($550).
4. Chalk child portraits by street artist Charlie Churchill outshine the usual photo (Art Student Showcase, $275; 248 Lafayette St., nr. Spring St.; 212-941-9471).
5. A vintage Roberta di Camerino tote is worth a few more dollars ($375 at Amarcord).
6. Instructors from Aikido Kokikai NYC are teaching a free martial-arts class (8:30 to 9 a.m.) at one of three entertainment stages along the route (Cleveland Pl. nr. Kenmare St.).
7. The corner of Cleveland Place and Spring Street is kid central. A scooter race commences at 10 a.m. (BYO scooters and cameras.) An hour later: Hacky Sacking 101.
8. Revive with a cold, sweet agua de horchata ($3 at La Esquina).
9. It holds the essentials: money, I.D., phone, keys (Comme des Garçons wallet, $235 at Odin).

Map by Koji Toyama.
Photographs: Courtesy of Bicycle Habitat (bike); iStockPhoto (karate); Arthur Baensch/veer (hacky sack).


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