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  • Chicago, IL
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Tune-Up Class (Part 2 of 2) at The Recyclery

January 15, 2017 from 6pm to 9pm
Our two-part bicycle tune-up classes are taught by Tzippy. This class will introduce you to basic bicycle maintenance. We’ll cover tool and component terminology, fixing a flat, chain maintenance, brake pad replacement, and basic shifting adjustments. We’ll also provide some tips for getting through the winter! Sunday evenings 6-9pm. Costs $75. Registration required. Sign up here.See More
Nov 28
Sean is attending The Recyclery's event
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Tune-Up Class (Part 1 of 2) at The Recyclery

January 8, 2017 from 6pm to 9pm
Our two-part bicycle tune-up classes are taught by Tzippy. This class will introduce you to basic bicycle maintenance. We’ll cover tool and component terminology, fixing a flat, chain maintenance, brake pad replacement, and basic shifting adjustments. We’ll also provide some tips for getting through the winter! Sunday evenings 6-9pm. Costs $75. Registration required. Sign up here.See More
Nov 28
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Nov 11
Tom A.K. might attend The Recyclery's event
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Blessing of the Bikes at St. Luke's Episcopal Church

May 1, 2016 from 10am to 12pm
St. Luke's Episcopal in Evanston invites bicyclists from the neighborhood and beyond to come to receive a blessing for themselves and their bicycles, to pray for safe travel throughout the year, to praise environmental stewardship, and to remember those who have been injured while riding their bicycles or lost their lives. After the service we will gather on Lee St. for some food and presentations. The Recyclery will be accepting bicycle donations on Lee St. after the service around 11:15am.See More
Apr 27
The Recyclery posted an event
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Blessing of the Bikes at St. Luke's Episcopal Church

May 1, 2016 from 10am to 12pm
St. Luke's Episcopal in Evanston invites bicyclists from the neighborhood and beyond to come to receive a blessing for themselves and their bicycles, to pray for safe travel throughout the year, to praise environmental stewardship, and to remember those who have been injured while riding their bicycles or lost their lives. After the service we will gather on Lee St. for some food and presentations. The Recyclery will be accepting bicycle donations on Lee St. after the service around 11:15am.See More
Apr 27
The Recyclery posted discussions
Mar 15
Chris Beukenkamp might attend The Recyclery's event
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Tune-Up Class (Part 1 of 2) at The Recyclery Collective

February 7, 2016 from 6pm to 9pm
Sunday evenings 6-9pmFebruary 7 & 14Our two-part bicycle tune-up classes are taught by Tzippy. This class will introduce you to basic bicycle maintenance. We’ll cover tool and component terminology, fixing a flat, chain maintenance, brake pad replacement, and basic shifting adjustments. We’ll also provide some tips for getting through the winter! Costs $75. Pay $95 and we will include The Recyclery t-shirt and Jay Ryan poster!Registration Required:…See More
Jan 29
Laura Nevrenchan liked The Recyclery's event Tune-Up Class (Part 1 of 2)
Jan 13

Profile Information

What I ride:
Road, Mountain, Hybrid, Cyclocross, Cruiser, Track, Fat Bike, Fixed Gear, BMX, Recumbent, Tandem, Folding Bike, Tall Bike, Lowrider, Funny Bike
The kind of riding I do:
Recreational, Exercise, Commuting, Distance, Competition / Racing, Around Town, My job involves biking, My business involves biking
What brings you to The Chainlink?
It's the best Chicago social network.
About me:
The Recyclery Collective seeks to build community through the restoration of donated and discarded bicycles. We share resources and knowledge in order to support an affordable, independent, and sustainable mode of transportation. In this spirit of education and mutual aid, we encourage discussion about how our transportation choices affect the health of our communities and our environment.
My other websites (twitter, facebook, pinterest, Google+, blogs, etc.):
http://www.therecyclery.org

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