BICAS and Living Streets Alliance, have teamed up in order to make a safer riding and living community in the Old Pueblo.

This weekend will mark the 18th annual fundraiser for BICAS, which will auction off artwork made from recycled bicycle items.

Both are nonprofit groups that are planning ahead of the future by creating campaigns to overall benefit a new BICAS location and repair the quality of the streets.

"...A lot of what we have been working on is trying to get this conversation started so that we can start making our community more walk able and certainly more safer for pedestrians," said Emily Yetman, executive director of Living Street Alliance.