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Biking to meals and TriCycles on the move

Bike to BrunchIMG_2548

Last week, we Biked to Dinner with 18 folks. Las Delicias was tasty and Spottswood was a nice ride from Cooper-Young. I was reminded that, during the summer, we talked about going to Bryant’s for brunch. This sunny cooler weather seems like the perfect time to make that trek. So, mark your calendars and plan to join us, this Saturday, Oct 17 to head to Summer Ave. We’ll meet at Revolutions’ Bike Gate at 8:30 a.m. (unless it’s raining). Check out the Facebook event for any updates or cancellations.

A Very Big Thank You for help with the Easy Rider TriCycles!!

A huge “thank you” goes out to Madeleine Edwards, Revolutions member and owner of Get Green Recycle Works. She hauled the City of Memphis Division of Parks and Neighborhoods’ TriCycles to Overton Park, this week. The City bought ten TriCycles and Revolutions will be hosting group rides for Senior Citizens from around the city. So far, I’ve talked to several Senior Community Centers and Residential Centers. They all expressed interest and three have scheduled rides.


Do you have friends or relatives at any of these centers?

If so, encourage them to ask their activities directors to contact me, so we can get them riding!

  • Orange Mound Community Service Centerf0a5f73c-5d4e-40b6-845a-dcbe0dfc5540
  • McWherter Senior Center
  • J.K. Lewis Senior Center
  • Frayser-Raleigh Senior Center
  • The Parkview
  • Wesley Highland Terrace

And if you know folks at these, encourage them to join the group rides:

  • Trezevant Manor, Oct 27 at 1:00 p.m.
  • Towne Village at Audubon Park, Oct 27 at 3:00 p.m.
  • The Glenmary, Nov 6 at 10:00 a.m.

If you would like to help lead these rides, email me!

Women’s Bike Chat — Next Sunday

This month, we will be joined by Karen Thornton of the Mississippi River Corridor. This organization works to identify, conserve and interpret the region’s natural, cultural and scenic resources to improve the quality of life and prosperity in West Tennessee along the six counties that front the River to include Shelby, Tipton, Lauderdale, Dyer, Lake and Obion counties.

Join us at 2:00 p.m. and bring your bike, for a short ride, afterwards!


Open Shop will be open, during Women’s Bike Chat. So, don’t stay away!

Fix a Flat ClassIMG_2519

Monday, Oct 19 will be our last membership class until after the new year. Fix a Flat covers everything you need to know about tires and tubes. Learn why you get flats and the best ways to prevent them, in the future. Never get stranded again!

This class is free and for Revolutions members, only. Not a member of Revolutions, yet? You can join when you sign up, here!

Transforming Transportation: What Can We Learn from the Dutch?


I traveled to the Netherlands with a group of nine others. We were community activists, a high school principal, grassroots organizers and City officials. Would you like to hear more about what we learned and what we hope to do, now that we’re back home? Please plan to join us on Tuesday, Oct 20 at 7:00 p.m.. Read more here and let us know that you’re coming!

Overhaul Nights

The Overhaul nights are going great, and we need your help. We’ve been working on wheels and will probably move on to change and bottom brackets this week. Don’t worry if those words sound Greek, to you. Join us Thursday night and we’ll get you started working on bikes. And if you already know a bit about what you’re doing, you’re welcome Mondays and Thursdays!

What’s Happening This Week,
Oct 11 – 18:

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

6:30 p.m.          Overhaul Night (Experience Required!)

6:30-9:00 pm    Overhaul Night (All Experience Levels)

8:30 a.m.           Bike to Brunch: Bryant’s on Summer

2:00 p.m.            
Women’s Bike Chat
2:00-6:00 p.m.   Members’ Open Shop,
plus Retail Shop is open–Retail and bike rentals!

Coming up, soon:

Monday, Oct 19
6:30 p.m.             Fix a Flat Class

Tuesday, Oct 20
7:00 p.m.              Transforming Transportation in Memphis: What can we learn from the Dutch?

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