WTF is open to individuals who identify as women, trans*, femme, genderqueer, and gender nonconforming.
WTF Night. 2nd Thursdays, 6:30-9:00pm.
During this open shop time, participants will have the opportunity to use the workshop at Community Cycles to work on their own bikes or volunteer to work on one of the shop’s projects with the support of WTF-identifying staff and volunteers. Come hang out with us in this supportive, cooperative learning environment.
Register here. Walk-ins welcome. Free to all (except cost of parts.)
Keep an eye out for our free two-part WTF Workshop offered once quarterly. In this two-part class, you will learn some maintenance skills and plenty of tips to help you get on your bike and go! There will be plenty of space for any and all questions.
101: covers riding basics including what to carry, rules of the road, commuting tips and safety, as well as terms and bike anatomy. In the hands on portion, students will learn how to fix a flat.
102: covers a routine maintenance checklist and ABC quick-check. In the hands-on portion, students will learn to adjust brakes and shifting.
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Here’s a link to the poster.
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