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Posted by on October 19th, 2007 at 11:50 am

Calling all Bike Mechanics –

The Community Cycling Center is holding the annual Holiday Bike Drive, a great holiday tradition that provides refurbished bikes, helmets and safety education for 500 low-income children. We have so many bikes to complete and we need the help of the entire bike community to help us reach our goal.

The CCC will be hosting many Wrench Parties between now and our event. We have hundreds of bikes to complete, so we are inviting all volunteers to come into our shop and make these bikes safe and functional for these great kids. If you are highly skilled or would like to practice your mechanic work with a shop-full of tools, this is a great opportunity for you.

Where:

The Community Cycling Center
1700 NE Alberta St in Portland

When: (Here are the dates through the next week)

Thursday October 18th

Friday October 19th
Monday October 22nd

Thursday October 25th

Friday October 26th

Each Wrench Party will be from 7:00-9:30 PM

You are also welcome to drop by our regular Tuesday Volunteer Nights from 7:00-9:30 PM every week.

Who: If you have the ability to work on hubs, headsets, and bottom brackets, you’ll have all the skills you need!

FOOD, TOOLS, AND TONS OF BIKES PROVIDED!

More Information:

If you can only come for one of the nights, that’s ok!

Please avoid bringing your own tools so they don’t get mixed up with ours

If you have any questions, please contact Neal at Volunteer@CommunityCyclingCenter.org or visit our website, www.communitycyclingcenter.org

Thanks and see you there!


Neal Armstrong
Volunteer and Event Manager
Community Cycling Center

http://www.CommunityCyclingCenter.org

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