SPUR Young Urbanists: [Biking] in the City: Ride Your Bike and Fix it, too!

"Join the SPUR Young Urbanists for a talk on biking in the city and a demonstration of hands-on bike work. Learn how to get to where you’re going safely with Dave Snyder, SPUR Transportation Policy Director; fix a flat with Kearsten Dischinger from the Bike Kitchen; and ride to work in a suit with Lisa Foster, a self-proclaimed Bike Diva. This event is made possible through the generous support of the Koret Foundation."

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