Bicycle Repair Class

"Over the course of two 4-hour hands on class sessions (August 9 and
Monday August 16) learn to fix and maintain your own bike."


Bike Kitchen August Tune Up Class

"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."

Freewheel Bicycle Repair Class

From SFBC: Over the course of two 4-hour hands on class sessions on Mon. August 22 & August 29th you will learn flat repair, wheel truing, bearing maintenance, brake adjustment, drivetrain cleaning, and derailleur adjustment. Class is great for beginners and for those who want to polish up on their skills. Bring your own working […]

Free Get Back on Your Bike lecture

From SVBC: The City of San José is offering a free noon-time “Get Back on Your Bike” lecture on August 18, 2011. The classroom seminar is designed for adults who’d like to start riding a bike again. If you learned to bicycle as a child but haven’t ridden for a while, this class is for […]

Bay Area Bike Share to Launch August 29 (Not 28)

The official launch date for Bay Area Bike Share is Thursday, August 29, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District announced today. The BAAQMD corrected the August 28 date announced yesterday by the Valley Transportation Authority and reported in some media outlets. In a statement, Mayor Ed Lee called the launch “the first step in our […]

This Week: Bike Advisory Committee, Real Estate Development, Bicycle Traffic Skills

Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday tonight! Bicycle Advisory Committee Meeting. The Bicycle Advisory Committee meets to consider bicycle transportation projects and policies to make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors, the Municipal Transportation Agency, the County Transportation Authority, the San Francisco Police Department, and other City and County of San Francisco agencies. […]

This Week: Public Planning, Traffic Skills, Convincing Decision Makers

Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday Putting the “Public” in Public Planning. If public agencies are going to spend millions of dollars on projects, it’s worthwhile to have an early sense of what’s going to be accepted by voters. By incorporating public affairs tools to conduct research and better explain ideas, planners […]