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Location: Basement 414 (go down the alley off Cedar, behind the Nuthouse)
Hours: Wednesday and Thursday, 7 to 9 PM
Author Archives: Lansing Bike Co-op
Sunday, May 22nd 12 to 3 PM Come repair your bike! The LBC will provide snacks and DJ entertainment. The Launch Party will end with a River Trail bike ride. Location: Basement 414 (414 E. Michigan Ave, behind the Nuthouse, down … Continue reading
Bike maintenance class with Chad from Spin Cycle, Tuesday April 12 from 7 to 9 PM. Details on Facebook.
The LBC will be present at Meridian Township’s Green Star event on April 28th, to promote bicycling as a healthy transportation alternative. If you live in the area, bike over and visit us! Download the event flyer (PDF).
Anika Fassia, Emily Petz, and Allison Voglesong all attended and tabled at the League of Michigan Bicyclists annual Michigan Bicycle Summit Saturday March 26th. Emily Petz spoke on a panel with other bike co-ops from across the state to share … Continue reading
This Sunday, March 27 from 5 to 8 PM, come out and join some of the LBC folks for a flash bike ride. It’s organized by August Warren, who says: “Everyone is invited, even if you’re a skilled rider or … Continue reading
The Lansing Bike Collective is hosting a logo design competition. Entries are due by April May 1, 2011. Winners will receive complimentary bike tune-ups at the LBC as well as t-shirts and other gear with the logo prominently featured, as … Continue reading
This is only one of many reasons to love your bike.
We are soliciting donations of artwork for our first fundraiser, the Recycle, Bicycle Art Auction, and providing free materials (see below for details) to aspiring artists. Art Auction: Recycle, Bicycle Location: B414 Date: Saturday Dec 4th Time: 5:00pm to 9:00pm … Continue reading
On October 10 (10/10/10), the Lansing Bike Co-op is hosting a donation drive! Our goal is to get a bike for six children at the City Rescue Mission, our neighbor on Michigan Avenue. Bring over that bike you don’t use … Continue reading