Join Williamsport Bicycle Recycle on the corner of Park Avenue & Rose Street for a BIKE SALE on Saturday, Sept 23rd from 10am-12pm.
All bikes are marked between $20-80! Many styles & sizes to choose from!
They will also be accepting donations of any usable bikes and parts you make want to get rid of
*Cash or check only (sorry, they cannot accept credit cards)
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Celebrate Earth Day (Sat 4/22) with Williamsport Bicycle Recycle and find yourself a new ride for the season!
All bikes marked between $20-$80. Many styles and sizes to choose from. Visit us on the corner of Rose Street and Park Avenue between 9am-12pm!
Learn more at www.pajamafactory.net/earth-day-bike-sale
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Want to get to know your bike better? Then this is for you!
Basic Maintenance Class – $15
Wed. July 16th – 6 to 9 pm at Williamsport Bicycle Recycle in the Pajama Factory.
Are you tired of paying someone else to fix your flat tires and grease your chain? Come down and learn the basic techniques that will keep your bike safe and fun to ride!
This 3-hour course will teach you some basic bicycle maintenance and simple repairs you may need on a bike ride. You will learn how your bicycle works, what actions you can take to prolong the life of your bicycle, and what to check for when your bicycle is not functioning properly.
- Names of different parts of the bike & how they work
- Different kinds of bikes & their uses
- Fixing a flat
- Diagnosing problems
- Regular maintenance techniques
To register, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have room for 8 people. If you have to cancel, let us know by Sun. 7/13 so we can fill the spot from the waiting list. Pay cash or check at class.
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One of the first bikes to come out of Williamsport Bicycle Recycle’s workshop is our own Todd Foresman of Way Cool Beans! Go ‘like’ Williamsport Bicycle Recycle on Facebook to stay up-to-date on their latest happenings!
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Meet one of our very first bike recipients, Todd Foresman, owner of Way Cool Beans. Todd left his career in printing to follow his passion, coffee and his new bike gets him from home to the coffee shop everyday. Go see him and be sure to ask him about his pride and joy. No, seriously, ask him. It’s not what you think it is. It’s better.