Yesterday, through a little rain, we unveiled the new Easy Rider Tri-Cycle program. Revolutions, in partnership with the City of Memphis Division of Parks and Neighborhoods, will lead a group ride for senior citizen using ten new tri-cycles. At the unveiling, we asked several friends to try out and demonstrate these three-wheeled rides. And everybody loved them!! I hear from a lot of seniors a concern about the balance it takes to stop and start a bike. Tri-Cycles seem to give an almost magical confidence since they’re stable at a stop. The aim of this program is to give seniors from around Memphis an easy, fun way to get some exercise, while also connecting with the community. We’re pleased to work with Parks and Neighborhoods on this new project. And, if you know a group of seniors who would like to ride, just email me!
Day of Merrymaking
Revolutions will offer Bike Valet at Overton Park’s Day of Merrymaking, on Saturday June 6 from 10 to 3. Ride your bike, stop by our booth and plan to make merry!
Fix a Flat — Date Change!
Mark your calendars for June 8, instead of June 15, for this month’s Fix a Flat class. And sign up here if you want to attend.
Community Meeting, This Thursday
This Thursday, Revolutions will host a community meeting about a new bicycle project. The project won’t be announced until tomorrow, so we’re not supposed to talk about it until then. But mark your calendars for Thursday at 6:30. And plan to join us to share your thoughts and opinions. And I’ll stop being so secretive, tomorrow!