We’re open, so come and see us!!!
Revolutions’ new hours are:
Thursday through Sunday 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. These hours are for everything: members can come for Open Shop. And we’re also open for rentals, service and more!
We are also still open Monday and Thursday evenings, 6:30 to 9:00 for classes, demolition nights and other volunteer opportunities for our members. Check the calendar for more info.
Join us for Open Shop, Today, 2-6! and Demolition Night, tomorrow, 6:30 to 9:00!
Open House and T-shirt Party!!
We want you to come and see us. We’re having an Open House this Friday, May 1st from 5:30 to 7:30. We’ll be outside, in front of our Bike Gate. And you can go in and take a tour. This will be a great day to be in Cooper-Young because it’s the CY 1st Friday Art Walk. So, get out, stop by the Shop and check out our new tools.
Plus, we’ve changed our logo. So now’s your chance to get the last of our I Bike Mphs shirts. Get yours before they’re gone!!
Latino Memphis Festival
We are headed out to Overton Park on Saturday, May 2 for the Latino Memphis Festival. We’re riding the Rental Fleet and joining in on salsa tasting, kids activities, arts and crafts and more. This will be a great event to ride your bike to. Get more information here. Hey, it’s free!
Bikes on Broad
The City of Memphis is participating in a national competition with other US cities to determine which city is the best for everyday bicycle riding. The measure of this quality is being determined using a little bit of whimsy – counting people doing everyday things on their bikes.
The City has chosen to conduct the counts along Broad Avenue between Tillman Street and Hollywood Street where a newly paved section just received a two-way cycle track as part of the ongoing Hampline construction.
This month, the City wants to count people on cargo bikes and bikes with trailers. Revolutions has 5 cargo bike!. Let’s take them out on this ride. Email me if you want to rent one of ours. And then join us Thursday, April 30 at 5:15, outside the Bike Gate with cargo bikes and bikes with trailers, and we’ll ride over together for this whimsical ride.
Revolutions by Bike
First TN Bank invited us to participate in their employee Day of Health. But we hated to drive our things over to Overton Park to set up a booth. So, we hooked up a side-car to the Xtracycle and loaded up the Madsen and away we went. A whole information booth on two cargo bikes. Whoo hoo!!!
Upcoming Group Rides:
Bikes on Broad: Thursday, April 30. Meet 5:15 p.m. at the Revolutions Bike Gate on Cooper. Bring snack supper and drinks, or join in at the Arcade.
Outdoor Repair Station Installation Day, Saturday, May 9. Meet 10:00 a.m. at the Revolutions Bike Gate to ride to the Crosstown Building. After the repair station is installed, we’ll lead a short neighborhood ride and then head back to Revolutions.