Spokeland at Homespun Bikes! Wet Weather Maintenance

From EBBC:

Spokeland is a non-profit, community-driven bicycle cooperative aiming to reach out locally and foster Oakland unity.
They will be running a “Wet Weather Bike Maintenance” workshop at the lovely Homespun Bikes on December 7th, starting at 6:30. Come learn how to make quick fenders in a jam and how to weatherized your bike and precious self for the rain and cold!

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