Friday, August 26, 2011
C'ville Bike and Tri's John Lawler helping a student try out a bike
Some RAs making Bike Blender Smoothies with Charlottesville Community Bikes
The Boys and Girls Club Cycling Challenge was on-site promoting their upcoming ride
The best locks were available at great prices
So many bikes!
Helmets - essential for all riders
Blue Ridge Cyclery's set-up
C'ville Bike and Tri's set-up
Blue Wheel Bicycle's Scott Paisley helping students at the Blue Wheel Bicycles set-up
Officer Angela Tabler registering a student's bike (online registration is also available at www.virginia.edu/uvapolice)
In addition the Bike Sale, a series of education classes were offered to help students learn the skills they need to properly maintain their bikes and ride safely. On Monday, during the Bike Sale, Mary and Rob Cook led "Bike Commuting 101" that prepares students and staff to commute to U.Va by bike. Scott Paisley of Blue Wheel Bicycles showed attendees "The Basics of Bike Maintenance" on Tuesday evening in Newcomb Hall. On Wednesday John Lawler of C'ville Bike and Tri hosted a presentation on "Safe Cycling" in Room 104 of the Kellogg Residence Hall. Charlottesville Community Bikes, a volunteer run bike shop, hosted an Open House at their shop on Preston Avenue Friday evening.
Posted by Jonathan Monceaux at 10:17 AM