Sturgises restaurant is open for business in Washington, DC, after opening its doors for business on Thursday.
Its owner, Brian Sturges, said that he had planned to bring a few dozen riders to the restaurant, but he was unable to do so due to weather conditions.
Sturgizes owner Brian Struges and his wife, Michelle, were both in Washington to help raise money for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
They took in donations for Hurricane Maria relief efforts and for the Sturgys’ Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund.
Strugs said he plans to open his restaurant in mid-October, but that it may be a few weeks before he is able to open it.
The Sturgses raised $1.2 million in donations from local, state and federal government officials in the past few months.
Michelle Sturgess said she had raised $10,000 through her Facebook page to help Hurricane Harvey victims.
She said she has been in touch with some people who are donating, and she plans to meet with them at the restaurant.
Strictly speaking, it is not legal for you to ride your bike in Washington state.
But there is a law on the books that states, in part, that it is unlawful for a person to “ride a bicycle on public property without permission.”
The Strict rules on the road do not apply to bikes in Washington.
The city of Olympia, the home of Sturgesses restaurant, does not allow bicycles on city streets.
Stung by the recent controversy over his bike rally in Washington last year, Brian took his event offline.
He said that a friend had told him that it was not allowed, but said that it has been an issue for him since the last time he held it.
Brian said that the bike rally last year was a success.
He estimated that more than $3,000 had been raised for hurricane relief efforts since it took place.
Stuart Scott, a spokesman for the state’s transportation department, said the department was working with Sturgides and his business partners on the logistics of the bike-rally.
He declined to give any details.
Sturdy’s restaurant, located on the corner of Third and Jefferson Streets in downtown Sturgishes neighborhood, was originally slated to open in October.
It was originally scheduled to hold a $100 food and beverage sales for Harvey victims, Sturgish said.
However, the restaurant’s plans changed and Sturgies announced plans to close in mid November.
That meant that the restaurant had to close early.
Brian Stuges said he is confident that Sturdy will reopen in mid October.
He plans to serve his customers food and drink, and he is hoping that they can come out to watch him.
Stu Sturgisa, the owner of Sturdy Foods, said his restaurant is also offering free rides to the Ride of Hope for Harvey survivors.
He and his staff are looking for volunteers to bring bikes and people to help clean the restaurant after the event, Stu said.
Stuyvesant City Hall said in a statement that the Stugises’ event was held in violation of city rules and was “immediately and appropriately” shut down.
City officials did not provide details on the specific rules against bicycle riders on public streets in Washington State.
They said that there was a “significant” number of bikes and that there are also “prohibited items” on the streets.
“The Stugises are fully complying with city ordinances,” City Hall added.