The Bicycle Cellar is staying open until 2 a.m. on New Years Eve, Dec. 31 to offer special valet bike parking for $5 per bike. The fee includes access to secure, indoor bicycle parking, restrooms and a changing area to freshen up. The Bicycle Cellar is located at the Tempe Transportation Center, Fifth Street and College Avenue in downtown Tempe.
This Friday, December 18, dig a handsome, festive-themed sweater outta Mom’s closet and join us for a yuletide ride.
We’ll drink eggnog & cider, sing Christmas carols, and make merry on bicycles while looking for the best Hanukkah & Christmas light displays, just like you did when you were little. And since this is a night time ride, and a Friday, we’ll end the night with some hot toddy’s & winter ales at a warm, cozy, lodge-type place. I’m thinking ‘The Lodge’.
Meet at Tempe Beach Park, 7:30 pm, ride departs at 7:45.
Bike Saviours is starting another session of our bike maintenance class on Monday Dec 7th. Classes will be held at Bike Saviours at 7pm every Monday. There will be 6 classes covering all aspects of maintaining a bike and teaching others how to do it. The classes are free and open to anyone regardless of previous experience. We ask that all of our volunteers take this class before they help others in the shop, but taking this class does not obligate you to volunteer.
This Monday we’ll introduce the class and Bike Saviours, talk briefly about different types of bikes, and get started working on headset bearings.
If you want to take the class you can just show up at Bike Saviours Monday night. Bike Saviours is at 601 W. University in Tempe, on the southwest corner of University and Roosevelt, go to the door on the side of Sunset Clothing Exchange.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.