Ready for some adventure? Some exploring? Start your engines because Automobile Alley hosts plenty of events to help supercharge your social life. The fun begins here.

Rally in the Alley
Thursday, September 6th
05:00-08:00 pm
Automobile Alley

Automobile Alley businesses are proud to give back to the incredible nonprofits in our community. On Thursday, Sept. 6 from 5pm to 8pm, the Automobile Alley retailers listed below will donate 20% of their sales to these deserving organizations. Please join us for an evening of neighborhood shopping that also benefits a local charity.

Shop for a cause at the following retailers:

After shopping, please visit Automobile Alley’s restaurants and bars for a delicious meal or craft cocktail.


COOP Oktoberfest Release Party
Saturday, August 4th
07:00-10:00 pm
Schelgel Bicycles

Live life in the 'fest lane at our 2018 Oktoberfest release party! We're closing out the summer with a German bash in the Schlegel Bicycles parking lot on Aug. 4 from 7-10 p.m. We'll be pouring samples of our fall seasonal Oktoberfest, Elevator Wheat and a Berliner Style Weisse Ale with Peaches from our newly released, limited Id series. We'll have live music from Cut Throat Finches and prizes and giveaways for best-dressed, stein-hoisting competitions, cornhole, Jenga and more.

$20 GA tickets include samples of our three German beers paired with small plates from Fassler Hall and an entry form to win a trip for two to the Great American Beer Festival in Denver Sept. 20-22 (must be 21+ to win). Designated driver and under 21 tickets will be available for $10 at the door. Proceeds will benefit our friends in Automobile Alley.

OKC Memorial Marathon
Saturday, April 28th
06:30-04:00 pm

The Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon is about more than running, it is about celebrating life. This is the spirit in which the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon was conceptualized by two Oklahoma businessmen who, while on a morning run, created the outline for this inspiring event. A group of volunteer chairmen and Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum staff, lead a volunteer corps that plans and implements the weekend of events allowing the maximum amount of proceeds benefit the Memorial and Museum. From its inaugural race in 2001 with just shy of 5,000 participants, the event now hosts over 24,000 runners and walkers from every state and several foreign countries.