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Women’s Bike Repair Workshops
Women’s Bike Repair Workshops
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Date/Time
Sunday, May 18th 2014
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Location
Charlottesville Community Bikes

Women of Charlottesville, do you want to learn how to fix your own flat on your bicycle or learn how to repair and maintain your bike? Charlottesville Community Bikes is hosting a women’s bicycle repair and maintenance workshops every Sunday afternoon from May 4th to June 8th from 1 to 3 pm. The first 30 minutes we will go over various bicycle repair techniques from replacing your chain to adjusting your breaks. The rest of the afternoon is an open shop for women to work on their bikes with the assistance of other women. An easy paced ladies social ride will be held June 8th. This event is free and is for women, by women. Charlottesville Community Bikes is located at 405 Avon St. For more information please visit cvillecommunitybikes.com or email Becky at rab8e@aol.com

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