Bike Kitchen February Tune-up Class

"This is a 3-class series: February 8th, 15th, and 22nd. Class will be hands-on, so bring a bike and get ready to get greasy. Over the 3 weeks, it will cover what is included in a basic shop tune-up."

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Bike Kitchen August Tune Up Class

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"Hands-on class, so bring a bike and get ready to get greasy. Over the 3 weeks (August 10th, 17th, and 24th), it will cover what is included in a basic shop tune-up. No previous knowledge about bikes is required or expected."

Bike Kitchen July Tune Up Class (sold out)

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"Class will be hands-on, so bring a bike and get ready to get greasy. Over the 3 weeks (July 6th, 13th, 20th) it will cover what is included in a basic shop tune-up: installing and removing tubes and tires (i.e. fixing a flat), installing cables, adjusting brakes and gears, chain maintenance, truing wheels, etc."

Budnick v. Anderson on “Talk of the Nation” This Afternoon

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Transportation Alternatives’ Noah Budnick will be on NPR’s "Talk of the Nation" this afternoon at 3 p.m. EST. He’ll be debating Rob Anderson, the one-man wrecking crew who filed the 2006 environmental impact law suit that stopped San Francisco from building out its citywide bicycle network. I don’t think "Talk of the Nation" is available […]

How Public Q&A Sessions Can Obscure Support for Street Changes

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When it comes to gauging support for changes on our streets, it’s easy to get the impression at community meetings that a handful of vocal critics represent significant opposition. But as preliminary survey results from a recent Inner Sunset meeting on improvements for the N-Judah show, public forums can often be a poor reflection of the actual level of […]

Students Suggest Ways to Get Peers Biking to SF State University

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Northern California is home to the two most bicycle-friendly universities in the entire country, according to the League of American Bicyclists — and yet a mere 9.5 percent of students pedal to San Francisco State University, the Bay Area’s second largest campus. The university’s new Bicycle Geographies class sought to understand why so few students cycle to school, and published a report […]