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Happy Easter! — Revolutions is closed, TODAY!

We’re taking a break, today, to celebrate Easter and rest up from all the work we’ve done around our new Shop!

We’re not quite done, but our ramp is going to be nice when it’s finished:


We’re getting back to some classes, this week.

Read more and sign up for classes, here.

Monday, April 6: I Can Fix That — Derailleur Systems (Women’s class).

This is a Women’s class (cis and trans), and it meets from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.

Thursday, April 9: Bicycle Overhaul for the Home Mechanic

This class is SOLD OUT! But don’t worry, if you didn’t get in. We will offer it, again, this summer.

Monday, April 13: I Can Fix That — Derailleur Systems.

This class is open to all and it meets from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.

Monday, April 20: Fix a Flat

Read more and sign up for classes, here.

Revolutions in the Community:

April 11: Rock ‘n Romp     988837_10152680672802896_4654035891798901906_n

On April 11, Rock ‘n Romp kicks off their 2015 season at Mud Island River Park. And we’re taking a  Revolutions Group Ride?! It’s a long way down, so let’s give ourselves plenty of time to get there. We’ll meet in front of Revolutions’ Bike Gate at Noon. We’ll plan to roll out at 12:15. Check our calendar and Facebook page for updates.

Rock ‘n Romp is meant for parents with kids to be able to go to a rock show. So, let be sure that those of us with children bring enough kids to get in the adults without kids! They have food & beer, free of charge, while supplies last. And they ask that each adult donate $5. Kids are free.

Be sure to bring your bike, in working order. And remember, all Revolutions sponsored rides require helmets!

April 16: UofM Earth Day and Bike Festival

On April 16, we’ll be at the University of Memphis’ Bike Festival. We’ll have basic repair demonstrations and slow bike races. Join us from 10-4, in the TIGRUS Garden.

April 18: Bike Rodeo at Snowden School

We’re putting on a Bike Rodeo at Snowden School, on April 18 from 10-1. We need helpers and participants. If you want to help, email me! And if you have kids who want to do the Bike Rodeo, bring them to Snowden on April 18. $3 suggested donation.


We still have copies of Bikenomics and we’re encouraging you to read it. Women’s Bike Chat will discuss, on Sunday, April 19 at 2:00 p.m.

And everyone is invited to meet the author, Elly Blue, when she  visits us for Dinner and Bikes, on May 20. We have copies of Bikenomics: How Bicycling Can Save the Economy, in the Shop and at Global Goods. Or buy a copy from us, online and we’ll send it to you.

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