Bicycle Fetish Day attendees. (Photo: Nick McManus)

Saturday’s weather couldn’t have been better for City Reliquary’s 13th annual Bicycle Fetish Day in Williamsburg. The block party on Havemeyer Street featured every spectrum of the neighborhood’s bike scene; chromed Schwinns mingled with gritty fixed-gears as kids on their Huffys mosied around.

Local bike messengers enjoying their day off. (Photo: Nick McManus)

City Reliquary’s president Bill Scanga, who runs the quaint museum of New York relics, hosted the event and spent most of it saying hi to the racers, messengers, vendors, BMX tricksters and safety advocates hosting visitors under the shade of their tents.

Brick City Classic Bikes crew joined by organizer Bill Scanga.(Photo: Nick McManus)

In the midst of it all were custom contraptions from the Black Label Bicycle Club and free repairs were offered by safety and environmental advocates Time’s Up!.

Snap Delivery owner Hugo Giron with his infant daughter (lower left) joined by members of the Black Label Bicycle Club. (Photo: Nick McManus)

Throughout the day Bill took to the microphone as every half-hour a bike trophy was awarded in categories such as best vintage, commuter, kids, handmade and even “ugliest.” Joined by his children most of the time, Bill set the example for cycling’s next generation by fostering the human connections that bicycles bring.

City Reliquary founder Bill Scanga with his family and friends. (Photo: Nick McManus)

Meseroll Shop owner Andrew York with friends at their BMX tent. (Photo: Nick McManus)

Transportation Alternatives’ local ambassadors at their table. (Photo: Nick McManus)