It’s Women’s Bike Chat, Today at 2:00
Will it still be raining or will the sun come out? Join us either way, in the Shop for a chat. We’re talking about Elly Blue’s book, Bikenomics: How Bicycling Can Save the Economy. Don’t worry if you didn’t read the book. I’m sure there will be plenty to discuss.
If the weather isn’t too soggy, we’ll take a ride afterwards, so bring your bike. Or rent one of ours!
Ladies, do you know about Wheelwomen Switchboard? It’s a super online community of women who like bicycles. I was featured, on their blog this week, because Wheelwomen helped me get to Bike School.
Snowden Bike Rodeo
Thanks to Healthy Snowden committee for inviting us over to put on a Bike Rodeo. And thanks to our partner, International Paper, for helping us put it on. The weather turned beautiful. Some Revolutions members rode over on our new Rental Fleet. And fifty kids came out, to ride the course.
Dinner and Bikes, May 20th
Elly Blue and friends are coming to Memphis, in one month for Dinner and Bikes. Get your tickets here. Tell your friends!
Repair Shop Manager!
Welcome to David Evans, our new full-time Repair Shop Manager. David has already had a big impact on the Shop. He set up our new tool sets and jumped right in to teaching classes. He has lots of great ideas for classes and new ways to use our Shop.
Because of David’s new full-time position, Revolutions will soon be able to open for more hours. We hope this will allow Revolutions members more time work on their own bikes. We will also be able to offer more hours for anyone to come in to get their bike serviced. We’re figuring out what those new hours will look like. So, stay tuned!!
Flat Fix Class, Tomorrow!
It’s riding season, when it’s not raining. So, join us for a great class on how to avoid flats and deal with them when they happen. Fix a Flat is a benefit of membership at Revolutions. So, join today!
Demolition Night, Next Week!
Join us on Monday, April 27 for Demolition Night, from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. This is a night to work through our donated bikes to find parts worth saving, and scrap headed for the scrap heap. Work on this night will also help us keep our stock of used parts sorted and available.
This is a great night for new members to participate in because we’re just breaking down bikes, so you don’t have to worry about breaking something!
As an added bonus, you can now earn Revolutions Bucks when you participate in Demolition Night. These coins are good towards the purchase of any of our ready-to-overhaul bicycle frames, a bike rental or as a guest pass for a day in the Shop.
Demolition Night is open to all Revolutions members. Not a member, yet? You can always buy a membership, when you arrive at the Shop.