Revolutions Bicycle Co-Op

May 21

Baker Donelson Biked to Work!

Have you Biked to Work, this month? These five from the Baker Donelson Law Firm tried it and had a great time! Feeling a bit nervous about riding in to work alone, Baker Donelson contacted Revolutions and asked if we could lead a Bike to Work. We were happy to help! Everyone drove in to Revolutions. Two rented our bicycles. And we all rode Downtown together. One who rides occasionally to the office, commented on our use of neighborhood streets in our route. And we we arrived, several noted how quick and easy it was to ride in. Some of the group rewarded themselves with a beer at the Young Ave. Deli, at the end of the day. If your office would like to Bike to Work, and would like some help, just let us know!

 

School’s Out For Summer (almost)!

It’s here! The last week of the school year. Join us Friday to celebrate our teachers and all their exhausting work!! We’re headed out for what we’re calling  V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N: Teachers and Friends Tap Room RideSo, if you are a teacher, or you’ve ever been taught by one, come ride with us!

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Some of these people are teachers, and many were taught by teachers!

We’ll gather in front of Revolutions at 6:30, on Friday, May 26 and then ride to High Cotton. We’ll stop at a bar along the way and then end up at Memphis Made.

Please NOTE: We are not renting bikes for this ride. Also, you might want to bring snacks along. All the breweries usually have food trucks, but sometimes they run out of food! All rides are weather dependent (we will cancel, if it looks like rain). And we require helmets on all Revolutions sponsored rides. Bring your bike in to Revolutions ahead of time for a tune-up, to make sure it’s ready to ride! We take a pretty easy pace. Please remember that you ride at your own risk.

Don’t let not having a bike keep you from riding with us. We have bikes for sale, in our Shop. Read more and get weather updates, here. 

Summer Camp: Last Call!!

You still have time. Sign up that kid you know for our Wrench & Ride Bicycle Summer Camp. We’ll ride them all over town and then let them get their hands greasy in our workshop. Read more and sign up, here!

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What’s Happening This Week
May 21–28

SUNDAY:
2:00-6:00 p.m.      
 Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN–and bike rentals!

MONDAY:
6:30-9:00 p.m.       Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN

THURSDAY:
2:00-9:00 p.m.       
Retail Shop open for Retail, Service and Rentals
6:30-9:00 p.m.       
Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN

FRIDAY:
6:00 p.m.                 V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N: Teachers and Friends Tap Room Ride

SATURDAY:
8:30 am-3:30 pm   
Retail Shop WILL be Open for Retail, Service and Rentals

SUNDAY:                Shop CLOSED for Memorial Day
 

Coming Up, Soon!

June:

WEDNESDAY, June 7
6:30 p.m.                Bike to Dinner: Central BBQ Downtown

SATURDAY, June 17
10:00 a.m.              Neighborhood Ride with the CYCA

MONDAY, June 19
6:30 p.m.                Basic Bike Assessment class

WEDNESDAY, June 21
6:30 p.m.                Bike to Dinner: High Point Pizza

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And we’ve got Camps!

Wrench & Ride Bicycle Summer Camps

  • June 5-9: Rising 5th – 7th graders
  • June 12-16: Rising 8th – 10th graders

Wrench: In this weeklong camp, we will spend time in the Shop learning the basics of bicycle maintenance. Change a flat, clean your chain and get comfortable with keeping your bicycle in good working order. All campers will work on their own bicycles.

Ride: We will also spend part of the morning riding in the neighborhood. Later in the week, we’ll venture farther afield. We will work on how to plan a good riding route and the basics of road riding rules and skills.

 

May 14: Bike to Work Week

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Bike Train to School: Whoo Whoo!

We had almost 60 people join us for Wednesday’s Bike Train to Peabody Elementary! After 2 years of working with this school, Revolutions was pleased to have families join us who have never even ridden with us, before! We set a schedule of six “stations” where families could join the “train.” And we had people at every stop! Thanks to Gino and Diana Barzizza for helping set up a sound system so we could listen to our playlist of Train Songs. And thanks to all the kids, families and community members who joined us for this super fun Bike Train!

Survey Says…

Remember that survey we hounded you to take about 10 road projects, including bike lanes for Riverside Drive? Well, the results are in and they are SUPER POSITIVE! Check out the results, here.

 

Fix a Flat — Tomorrow!

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Our monthly Members’ Class is Fix a FlatJoin us on Monday, May 15 at 6:30, to learn what to do to change a flat. You’ll also learn some tips to pre

 

Bike to Work Week and the Tennessee Bike Summit

This week is a very big week for bicycles, in Memphis! It’s Bike to Work week and you can sign up to get your rides counted, with the Commute Options folks, here. And if you want some inspiration about bicycling from all over the State of Tennessee, come out for the annual Tennessee Bike Summit. And it’s not all just meetings. There’s also a Safe Streets Rally, rides and beer. It couldn’t be easier to join in for this Statewide Summit. Read more and sign up, here.

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Bike to Lunch: Mama Gaia’s

To finish out Bike to Work week, why not join us for lunch?! We’re headed to Mama Gaia’s, in the Crosstown building, on Saturday, May 20. It is a fast-casual dining experience offering only organic, vegetarian menu options at affordable prices.

This ride will be a about 4.5 miles each way. You should be about to ride for about 45 minutes, without a break. We have bikes to rent, if you need one: City Bikes, Family Cargo Bikes and trail-a-bikes that we can help you attach to your bicycle, so a kid can help you pedal.

Rides meet at Revolutions, on the Cooper-side of First Congo, in front of our gate with bike art above it. We’ll meet at 10:30 and roll out by 10:45, at the latest. If you are renting bicycles, please come at 10:15. Weather updates and more details, here.

 

What’s Happening This Week
May 14–21

SUNDAY:
2:00-6:00 p.m.      
 Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN–and bike rentals!

MONDAY:
6:30 p.m.                Fix a Flat class

THURSDAY:
2:00-9:00 p.m.       
Retail Shop open for Retail, Service and Rentals
6:30-9:00 p.m.       
Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN
5:00 p.m.                Tennessee Bike Summit at Mud Island River Park

FRIDAY:
8:00 a.m.                Tennessee Bike Summit at Mud Island River Park

SATURDAY:
8:30 am-3:30 pm   
Retail Shop WILL be Open for Retail, Service and Rentals
10:30 a.m.               Bike to Lunch: Mama Gaia

SUNDAY:
2:00-6:00 p.m.       Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN–and bike rentals!
 

Coming Up, Soon!

May:

FRIDAY, May 26
6:00 p.m.                 V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N: Teachers and Friends Tap Room Ride

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June:

WEDNESDAY, June 7
6:30 p.m.                Bike to Dinner: Central BBQ Downtown

SATURDAY, June 17
10:00 a.m.              Neighborhood Ride with the CYCA

MONDAY, June 19
6:30 p.m.                Basic Bike Assessment class

WEDNESDAY, June 21
6:30 p.m.                Bike to Dinner: High Point Pizza

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And we’ve got Camps!

Wrench & Ride Bicycle Summer Camps

  • June 5-9: Rising 5th – 7th graders
  • June 12-16: Rising 8th – 10th graders

Wrench: In this weeklong camp, we will spend time in the Shop learning the basics of bicycle maintenance. Change a flat, clean your chain and get comfortable with keeping your bicycle in good working order. All campers will work on their own bicycles.

Ride: We will also spend part of the morning riding in the neighborhood. Later in the week, we’ll venture farther afield. We will work on how to plan a good riding route and the basics of road riding rules and skills.

 

 

May 7

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There are two Bike to School events, in Memphis, on Wednesday! Peabody Elementary, in Cooper Young has a “Bike Train” that’s riding through the neighborhood and picking up “passengers” along the way. And Downtown Elementary has a ride from Court Square to the school.

Community support is really important for these rides. In fact, we learned that Downtown Elementary won’t allow the parents organizing their ride to use the school’s name! Revolutions has a great relationship with Peabody Elementary and that school is super excited about our ride. Principal Nelson and PE Coach Renwick are even riding with us! But both communities still need your support. You can help show the school communities how fun riding to school can be, even if you don’t have kids at these schools! Won’t you Bike to School, on Wednesday?!

Read more about Peabody Elementary’s Bike Train, here.

Read more about Downtown Elementary’s Ride, here.

Bicycle Story Time–Saturday!

I’m sure the weather is going to be gorgeous, on Saturday, so we can do another Bicycle Story time and How to Ride bicycles class (do you see how tightly my fingers are crossed?!?!) We’ll be Downtown at the Cossitt Library at 2:00 p.m. Bring kids, their bikes and helmets and we’ll get them riding! More information, here.

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Fix a Flat — Next Week!

Our monthly Members’ Class is Fix a Flat. Join us on Monday, May 15 at 6:30, to learn what to do to change a flat. You’ll also learn some tips to prevent getting those flats. This class is free to members, and you can join when you arrive. Or $10, if you just want to do the one session!

#MemphisRides Photo Contest

The City of Memphis is hosting a Bike Month photo contest of Memphians of on bicycles. Are you playing? This contest is on Facebook and Twitter. You should tag @bike/pedmemphis and #MemphisRides, so you can get your points and win the prize. But hey, tag us too! @revolutionsmemphis, on Facebook or @RevolutionsMPHS, on Twitter Read all the rules, here. Check out one of our entries from this week:

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Tennessee Bike Summit

It’s in Memphis and it will be Downtown. May It couldn’t be easier to join in for this Statewide Summit. Read more and sign up, here.

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What’s Happening This Week
May 7–14

SUNDAY:
2:00-6:00 p.m.      
 Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN–and bike rentals!

MONDAY:
6:30-9:00 p.m.       Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN

THURSDAY:
2:00-9:00 p.m.       
Retail Shop open for Retail, Service and Rentals
6:30-9:00 p.m.       
Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN

SATURDAY:
8:30 am-3:30 pm   
Retail Shop WILL be Open for Retail, Service and Rentals
2:00 p.m.                 Storytime and Bicycles at the Cossitt Library

SUNDAY:
2:00-6:00 p.m.       Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN–and bike rentals!
 

Coming Up, Soon!

May:

MONDAY, May 15
6:30 p.m.                 Fix a Flat class

THURS-FRI, May 18-19
                                  Tennessee Bike Summit at the Cossitt Library

Saturday, May 20
10:30 a.m.               Bike to Lunch: Mama Gaia

FRIDAY, May 26
6:00 p.m.                 V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N: Teachers and Friends Tap Room Ride

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June:

WEDNESDAY, June 7
6:30 p.m.                Bike to Dinner: Central BBQ Downtown

SATURDAY, June 17
10:00 a.m.              Neighborhood Ride with the CYCA

MONDAY, June 19
6:30 p.m.                Basic Bike Assessment class

WEDNESDAY, June 21
6:30 p.m.                Bike to Dinner: High Point Pizza

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And we’ve got Camps!

Wrench & Ride Bicycle Summer Camps

  • June 5-9: Rising 5th – 7th graders
  • June 12-16: Rising 8th – 10th graders

Wrench: In this weeklong camp, we will spend time in the Shop learning the basics of bicycle maintenance. Change a flat, clean your chain and get comfortable with keeping your bicycle in good working order. All campers will work on their own bicycles.

Ride: We will also spend part of the morning riding in the neighborhood. Later in the week, we’ll venture farther afield. We will work on how to plan a good riding route and the basics of road riding rules and skills.

 

April 30: Bike Month Starts Tomorrow

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Are you ready for Bike Month? There are lots and lots of ways to get riding, with Revolutions and other bicycle-focused groups around town.

Now is a great time to ditch driving alone to work or school for smarter commuting like taking transit, riding the bike, carpooling and even walking where feasible. It’s good for your health; it saves money and it helps the environment. SIGN UP for the Commute Challenge and qualify for REWARDS!

Great Streets Pilot Project

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The City of Memphis Engineering and the UrbanArts Commission are unveiling an innovative plan to create a vibrant west-east pedestrian/bicycle corridor through Downtown, and to demonstrate how streets can act as a public space amenity. Head down to the Cossitt Library on Tuesday, May 2nd between 5:30 and 7:00 to see their ideas. This is a come and go Open House.

Read more details about the event here.

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What’s Happening This Week
April 30–May 7

SUNDAY:
2:00-6:00 p.m.      
 Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN–and bike rentals!

MONDAY:
6:30-9:00 p.m.       Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN

THURSDAY:
2:00-9:00 p.m.       
Retail Shop open for Retail, Service and Rentals
6:30-9:00 p.m.       
Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN

FRIDAY, April 21
5:30 p.m.                  Jazz and Bikes

SATURDAY:
8:30 am-3:30 pm   
Retail Shop WILL be Open for Retail, Service and Rentals
11:00 a.m.               Seis de Mayo Ride

SUNDAY:
2:00-6:00 p.m.       Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN–and bike rentals!
 

Coming Up, Soon!

May:

SATURDAY, May 13
2:00 p.m.                 Storytime and Bicycles at the Cossitt Library

MONDAY, May 15
6:30 p.m.                 Fix a Flat class

THURS-FRI, May 18-19
                                  Tennessee Bike Summit at the Cossitt Library

Saturday, May 20
10:30 a.m.               Bike to Lunch: Mama Gaia

FRIDAY, May 26
6:00 p.m.                 V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N: Teachers and Friends Tap Room Ride

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June:

WEDNESDAY, June 7
6:30 p.m.                Bike to Dinner: Central BBQ Downtown

SATURDAY, June 17
10:00 a.m.              Neighborhood Ride with the CYCA

MONDAY, June 19
6:30 p.m.                Basic Bike Assessment class

WEDNESDAY, June 21
6:30 p.m.                Bike to Dinner: High Point Pizza

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And we’ve got Camps!

Wrench & Ride Bicycle Summer Camps

  • June 5-9: Rising 5th – 7th graders
  • June 12-16: Rising 8th – 10th graders

Wrench: In this weeklong camp, we will spend time in the Shop learning the basics of bicycle maintenance. Change a flat, clean your chain and get comfortable with keeping your bicycle in good working order. All campers will work on their own bicycles.

Ride: We will also spend part of the morning riding in the neighborhood. Later in the week,

April 23

Jazz and Bikes: Friday Night

Have you heard about 5 Fridays of Jazz at Benjamin Hooks? 2017 is the encore season of this free concert series starting March 3 – April 28, 2017 featuring some of the region’s great jazz entertainers. On Friday, April 23, we’re meeting early, at 5:30, because doors open at 6 p.m. and seats go fast. (A cash bar and food will be available each night also.)

The Library is less than 3 miles from Revolutions, so you should be about to ride for about 35 minutes, each way. Rides meet at Revolutions, on the Cooper-side of First Congo, in front of our gate with bike art above it. We’ll meet at 5:30 and roll out by 5:45, at the latest.

Please NOTE: We are not renting bikes for this ride. All rides are weather dependent (we will cancel, if it looks like rain). And we require helmets on all Revolutions sponsored rides. Bring your bike in to Revolutions ahead of time for a tune-up, to make sure it’s ready to ride! We take a pretty easy pace. Please remember that you ride at your own risk.

You can read more about Friday’s musicians, here.

Bike to Dinner: Alex’s Tavern

Revolutions member, Rica Davis, summed up this ride best:

Don’t let the location, the cigarette smoke, the darkness of the place, the jukebox, the cigarette vending machine, the office and the kitchen one step away from each other, the one bar tender/waitress fool ya Alex’s Tavern has the best ribs, seasoned chicken wings, and chicken tenders hands down. Yes, I ate all of that. I created my own sampler plate with the help of my friends. Thanks Revolutions for the fearless Friday night bike ride.

We called it a Fearless Friday ride because it was raining a mere 10 minutes before we gathered. But 20 people put on their raincoats and the rain went away. You just never know, in Spring. But this ride was a good one!

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What’s Happening This Week
April 23–30

SUNDAY:
2:00-6:00 p.m.      
 Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN–and bike rentals!

MONDAY:
6:30-9:00 p.m.       Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN

THURSDAY:
2:00-9:00 p.m.       
Retail Shop open for Retail, Service and Rentals
6:30-9:00 p.m.       
Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN

FRIDAY, April 21
5:30 p.m.                  Jazz and Bikes

SATURDAY:
8:30 am-3:30 pm   
Retail Shop WILL be Open for Retail, Service and Rentals

SUNDAY:
2:00-6:00 p.m.       Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN–and bike rentals!
 

Coming Up, Soon!

May:

SATURDAY, May 13
2:00 p.m.                 Storytime and Bicycles at the Cossitt Library

MONDAY, May 15
6:30 p.m.                 Fix a Flat class

THURS-FRI, May 18-19
                                  Tennessee Bike Summit at the Cossitt Library

Saturday, May 20
10:30 a.m.               Bike to Lunch: Mama Gaia

FRIDAY, May 26
6:00 p.m.                 V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N: Teachers and Friends Tap Room Ride

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June:

WEDNESDAY, June 7
6:30 p.m.                Bike to Dinner: Central BBQ Downtown

SATURDAY, June 17
10:00 a.m.              Neighborhood Ride with the CYCA

MONDAY, June 19
6:30 p.m.                Basic Bike Assessment class

WEDNESDAY, June 21
6:30 p.m.                Bike to Dinner: High Point Pizza

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And we’ve got Camps!

Wrench & Ride Bicycle Summer Camps

  • June 5-9: Rising 5th – 7th graders
  • June 12-16: Rising 8th – 10th graders

Wrench: In this weeklong camp, we will spend time in the Shop learning the basics of bicycle maintenance. Change a flat, clean your chain and get comfortable with keeping your bicycle in good working order. All campers will work on their own bicycles.

Ride: We will also spend part of the morning riding in the neighborhood. Later in the week, we will venture farther afield. We will work on how to plan a good riding route and the basics of road riding rules and skills.

Happy Easter!

The Shop is closed, today, but…

Basic Bike Assessment class — TOMORROW!

Do you know the name of the parts on your bicycle? Do you know which parts are supposed to move and which parts aren’t? Join us Monday for Basic Bike Assessment to learn these answers and more! Monday, April 17 at 6:30. Read more and sign up here.

 

Bike to Dinner: Alex’s Tavern

Join us for this adults only and cash only Bike to Dinner, on Friday, April 21. We’ll gather at the Shop at 6:30. We are not renting bikes, for this ride. So, bring your own, don’t forget your lights, and bring your friends. The ribs are supposed to be great! More details here.

 

Bicycle Storytime on Earth Day

What better way to spend Earth Day than learning to ride a bicycle! Bring your kiddos and their bicycles and helmets to the Cossitt Library Downtown, on April 22 at 2:00 p.m. We’ll have a Bicycle Storytime and then head outside to learn to ride. This class is geared towards Kindergarten to 2nd graders, but older children are welcome. More details here.

 

Sign up for Bike Camp!

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What’s Happening This Week
April 16–23

SUNDAY:                SHOP CLOSED FOR EASTER

MONDAY:
6:30-9:00 p.m.       Basic Bike Assessment class

THURSDAY:
2:00-9:00 p.m.       
Retail Shop open for Retail, Service and Rentals
6:30-9:00 p.m.       
Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN

FRIDAY, April 21
6:30 p.m.                Bike to Dinner: Alex’s Tavern (Cash, only. No kids.)

SATURDAY:
8:30 am-3:30 pm   
Retail Shop WILL be Open for Retail, Service and Rentals
2:00 p.m.                 Storytime and Bicycles at the Cossitt Library

SUNDAY:
2:00-6:00 p.m.       Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN–and bike rentals!
 

Coming Up, Soon!

FRIDAY, April 28
5:30 p.m.                  Jazz and Bikes

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May:

SATURDAY, May 13
2:00 p.m.                 Storytime and Bicycles at the Cossitt Library

MONDAY, May 15
6:30 p.m.                 Fix a Flat class

THURS-FRI, May 18-19
                                  Tennessee Bike Summit at the Cossitt Library

Saturday, May 20
10:30 a.m.               Bike to Lunch: Mama Gaia

FRIDAY, May 26
6:00 p.m.                 V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N: Teachers and Friends Tap Room Ride

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June:

WEDNESDAY, June 7
6:30 p.m.                Bike to Dinner: Central BBQ Downtown

SATURDAY, June 17
10:00 a.m.              Neighborhood Ride with the CYCA

MONDAY, June 19
6:30 p.m.                Basic Bike Assessment class

WEDNESDAY, June 21
6:30 p.m.                Bike to Dinner: High Point Pizza

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And we’ve got Camps!

 

Wrench & Ride Bicycle Summer Camps

  • June 5-9: Rising 5th – 7th graders
  • June 12-16: Rising 8th – 10th graders

Wrench: In this weeklong camp, we will spend time in the Shop learning the basics of bicycle maintenance. Change a flat, clean your chain and get comfortable with keeping your bicycle in good working order. All campers will work on their own bicycles.

Ride: We will also spend part of the morning riding in the neighborhood. Later in the week, we will venture farther afield. We will work on how to plan a good riding route and the basics of road riding rules and skills.

April 9

Next to Last Chance: Take the Survey, PLEASE!

The City needs to hear our positive comments about additional bike lanes and ways to make our streets complete streets. If you are interested in protected bike lanes, please mention that in your comments.

Take the Survey Now!

Bicycle Story Time!

We taught 3 children to ride, last Saturday at the Cossitt Library. Won’t you help spread the word about our next two events? They are on Saturday, April 22 and Saturday, May 13.

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Coming UP: Bike to Lunch

On Saturday, April 15, we’re headed to Deja Vu.

This ride will be a about 5.5 miles each way! You should be about to ride for about 65 minutes, without a break. We have bikes to rent, if you need one: City Bikes, Family Cargo Bikes and trail-a-bikes that we can help you attach to your bicycle, so a kid can help you pedal.

Rides meet at Revolutions, on the Cooper-side of First Congo, in front of our gate with bike art above it. We’ll meet at 10:30 and roll out by 10:45, at the latest. If you are renting bicycles, please come at 10:15. Find weather updates and more information, here.

Next Week’s Basic Bike Assessment

Join, Monday, April 17 at 6:30, us for a class to learn about your bicycle! We’ll talk about how to check that it’s in good working order and safe to ride. We’ll also include some good cycling tricks-of-the-trade for making it easier to stay on your saddle. And you’ll come away with an idea of what you might like to update or fix up on your bike during our Members’ Open Shop sessions.

This class is free for Revolutions members. Not a member of Revolutions, yet? You can join below. Or, you can pay for a single class, without membership, for just $10. Read more here.

We Rode the Bikes and Drank the Beer!

Yesterday’s Tour De Brewer #1 was a resounding success! 60 people joined us for this tour of Memphis’ local beers. We headed to GhostRiver, first, after everyone earned their beer by riding the hills on Crump. Then it was a quick jaunt over to High Cotton. Wiseacre was third. And for those who made it to the very end, we got a group picture and an excellent tour and tasting of Memphis Made’s brewing process.

Thanks, so much, to our friend Andy Ashby of Memphis Made. He shared insider tips and a general love of beer and bicycles!

And a huge thanks to all of our volunteers who made this ride so much fun. I’m so grateful to: Jay Fite for planning an excellent route and confidently leading us through it! And our other ride leaders: Don Gaines, Rica Davis, Abbey Judd, Tony Brooks, Teddy Crum, Charles Ferryman, Johnny Garner, Reggie McGregor for encouraging all our riders!

You can see all the fun on our Instagram and with the hashtag #tourdebrewmem and on Facebook here!

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What’s Happening This Week
April 9 — 16

SUNDAY:
2:00-6:00 p.m.    Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN–and bike rentals!

MONDAY:
6:30-9:00 p.m.       Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN

THURSDAY:
2:00-9:00 p.m.       
Retail Shop open for Retail, Service and Rentals
6:30-9:00 p.m.       
Members’ Open Shop, plus Retail Shop is OPEN

SATURDAY:
8:30 am-3:30 pm   
Retail Shop WILL be Open for Retail, Service and Rentals
10:30 a.m.               Bike to Lunch: DeJAVU

SUNDAY:                SHOP CLOSED FOR EASTER
 

Coming Up, Soon!

MONDAY, April 17
6:30 p.m.                 Basic Bike Assessment class

FRIDAY, April 21
6:30 p.m.                 Bike to Dinner: Alex’s Tavern (Cash, only. No kids.)

SATURDAY, April 22
2:00 p.m.                 Storytime and Bicycles at the Cossitt Library

FRIDAY, April 28
5:30 p.m.                  Jazz and Bikes

Open Hours

Retail, Service, Rentals
Thursdays 2:00-9:00
Saturdays 8:30-3:30
Sundays 2:00-6:00

Workshop Hours for Members
Sundays 2:00-6:00 (Open Shop)
Mondays 6:30-9:00
Thursdays 6:30-9:00

Call Us: 901-726-6409

Wee Ride Memphis

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Women’s Bike Chat

Find out more on our Facebook group, listed as: "Revolutions' Bike Chat. For women/womyn/ladies/gals/etc."

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