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  • BikeWorks schedule for Mon Nov 24
    Starts: 6:00pm
    Ends: Mon Nov 24 - 9:00pm
    Description: http://edmontonbikes.ca/bikeworks/

    Always wanted to learn how to build a bike? Drop into BikeWorks North on any Monday evening to help us disassemble, refurbish, and build complete bikes for EBC to sell. It is a great way to learn about bikes, get familiar with the shop tools, and help EBC to provide ready-to-ride bikes.

    No personal projects allowed during this time—please use other shop hours if that is your interest.

    We’ll help you learn if you help us build! Food and good tunes provided.
    BikeWorks South Open — 6:00pm-9:00pm, Mon Nov 24 (map)
    Starts: 6:00pm
    Ends: Mon Nov 24 - 9:00pm
    Description: http://edmontonbikes.ca/bikeworks/

    BikeWorks is a fully-equipped, volunteer-run community bike workshop. We have all the tools (including specialty bicycle tools) needed to repair and maintain your bicycle, and mechanics to teach you how to do it. We also have a vast selection of used and new parts and bicycles available for purchase.
    BikeWorks schedule for Tue Nov 25
    BikeWorks North Open — 6:00pm-9:00pm, Tue Nov 25 (map)
    Starts: 6:00pm
    Ends: Tue Nov 25 - 9:00pm
    Description: http://edmontonbikes.ca/bikeworks/

    BikeWorks is a fully-equipped, volunteer-run community bike workshop. We have all the tools (including specialty bicycle tools) needed to repair and maintain your bicycle, and mechanics to teach you how to do it. We also have a vast selection of used and new parts and bicycles available for purchase.
    Starts: 6:00pm
    Ends: Tue Nov 25 - 9:00pm
    Description: http://edmontonbikes.ca/bikeworks/

    Always wanted to learn how to build a bike? Drop into BikeWorks South on any Tuesday evening to help us disassemble, refurbish, and build complete bikes for EBC to sell. It is a great way to learn about bikes, get familiar with the shop tools, and help EBC to provide ready-to-ride bikes.

    No personal projects allowed during this time—please use other shop hours if that is your interest.

    We’ll help you learn if you help us build! Food and good tunes provided.
  • Monday, November 24, 2014
    Non-EBC event: 102 Avenue Bike Route Meeting — 4:30 pm, Monday, November 24, 2014 @ Robertson-Wesley United Church, 10209 123 St NW, Edmonton, AB, Canada
    Starts: 4:30 pm
    Ends: Monday, November 24, 2014 - 8:30 pm
    Description: http://www.edmonton.ca/transportation/cycling_walking/cycling.aspx

    Now that the location of the Downtown Bike Route has been finalized, the City invites Edmontonians to participate in a workshop determining the type of bike lane to be installed on the route. Will it be a cycle track? Bike boulevard? Have a say in the design.

    Presentations at 5pm and 7pm.

    City staff will provide an update on the project, present two design options and cover how input from the previous session and our online forum was incorporated in the designs. We would like to hear how you feel about each option and gather any feedback that may further assist the project team to design a bike route that best fits into your area of the route.
    Thursday, November 27, 2014
    Non-EBC event: Strathcona Bike Route Meeting — 4:30 pm, Thursday, November 27, 2014 @ Old Strathcona Performing Arts Centre, 8426 Gateway Boulevard, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
    Starts: 4:30 pm
    Ends: Thursday, November 27, 2014 - 8:30 pm
    Description: http://www.edmonton.ca/transportation/cycling_walking/cycling.aspx

    Now that the location of the Strathcona Bike Route has been finalized, the City invites Edmontonians to participate in a workshop determining the type of bike lane to be installed on the route. Will it be a cycle track? Bike boulevard? Have a say in the design.

    Presentations at 5pm and 7pm.

    City staff will provide an update on the project, present two design options and cover how input from the previous session and our online forum was incorporated in the designs. We would like to hear how you feel about each option and gather any feedback that may further assist the project team to design a bike route that best fits into your area of the route.
    Join us for MEC/EBC Club night at Mountain...
    Starts: 7:00 pm
    Ends: Thursday, November 27, 2014 - 9:00 pm
    Description: Join us for MEC/EBC Club night at Mountain Equipment Co-op on Thursday, November 27, from 7-9pm.

    EBC members receive a 10% discount on all regular-price items, including bikes, boats, tents, sleeping bags, clothing, and chocolate bars. Have you renewed EBC your membership yet?

    Door prizes will be awarded throughout the night as well.

    Please note that you must be a member of MEC ($5 lifetime membership) and EBC ($15-$20 annual membership) to take advantage of this discount. Both memberships will be available for purchase the night of this event.

    You can also purchase or renew your EBC membership online:

    http://edmontonbikes.ca/membership

    This discount is in-store only; no online or ship-from-store discounts. It does not apply to marked-down items (e.g. Clearance).

    If you do not have your membership card but are a current member of EBC, we can issue you a new card on the evening of the event.
    Wednesday, December 17, 2014
    EBC Board Meeting — 6:30 pm, Wednesday, December 17, 2014 @ TBA
    All EBC members are welcomed to attend and...
    Starts: 6:30 pm
    Ends: Wednesday, December 17, 2014 - 9:00 pm
    Location: TBA
    Description: All EBC members are welcomed to attend and contribute to the board of directors meetings which are held monthly. The board of directors governs the direction of the organization so we welcome and value the input of our membership. Members are able to participate in all aspects of the board meetings except for the votes on motions.

    The location and agenda for this month's meeting are posted a few days in advance at http://edmontonbikes.ca/w/Board_of_Director's_Minutes

    Please RSVP to [email protected].
    Sunday, April 26, 2015
    We welcome you to join us for an...
    Starts: 12:00 pm
    Ends: Sunday, April 26, 2015 - 4:00 pm
    Description: We welcome you to join us for an Earth Day celebration on April 27 from 12-4 pm at Earth's General Store.

    About Earth Day:

    Earth Day started in 1970. It was when the US government was pressured by citizens to create legislation to protect the environment like the clean water and clean air act. The creation of the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) also came out of this realization that we needed mechanisms and legislation to protect the environment.

    Earth Day is a day to mark this shift and to keep up the awareness that more needs to be done. The environment needs our help - now and always. We can all do many little things to reduce our ecological footprint and we can do some major things to help move our governments to enact legislation to provide more protection for the environment - voting is a good place, phoning or writing to your elected and not elected 'officials', talking with your co-workers and neighbours, and becoming an activist (a person that acts on their knowledge or beliefs).

    About the Event:

    This is an Edmonton Earth Day event (http://edmontonearthday.ca/ and https://www.facebook.com/edmontonearthday?fref=ts). It is taking place at Earth's General Store as a matter of convenience. Next year it will be a different location.

    Earth Day gives us a day to get together as a concerned community of citizens to share, identify our place in creating a better world, have fun, and to learn more stuff.
    There will be educational booths, workshops, music, food, and friends (new and old ones).
    We look forward to seeing you there.

    Though the 'official' Earth Day is April 22nd it is often celebrated on a weekend around that time. We decided to host this event the weekend following the 22nd so that we are not competing with Easter Celebration and we might have 'nicer' weather. (A week can make a significant difference in temperature - hell 15 minutes in Edmonton could make a significant difference in temperature and weather :).

    Edmonton is blessed to have two Earth Day events being planned for Earth Day week. You can get more information about the other celebration at https://www.facebook.com/events/1424984801082885/?fref=ts

    How you can help:

    Please join us.
    Help share the news, by sharing this event notice and inviting your friends.

    If you wish to be involved in future Earth Day events, please send us an email at [email protected]. We are entirely volunteer driven and will get back to you when we can. Thanks!
    Saturday, June 20, 2015
    31-Hour Repair-a-thon? — 12:00 am, Saturday, June 20, 2015
    Starts: 12:00 am
    Ends: Monday, June 22, 2015 - 12:00 am
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    BikeWorks

    Since 2012, we have two locations to serve you.
    Information & Hours

    South Location

    8001 102 St Phone: 780.433.2453 Regularly scheduled hours (closed holidays) CLOSED November 11, 2014 Today: 6pm - 9pm Tomorrow: Closed

    North Location

    9305 111 Ave (SW corner of building) Phone: 780.757.9100 Regularly scheduled hours (closed holidays) CLOSED November 11, 2014 Today: Closed * Tomorrow: 6pm - 9pm

    Recent News

    I Bike YEG

    In October 2014, the Edmonton Bike Coalition asked Edmontonians to send pictures of themselves to support bike infrastructure in Edmonton’s central neighbourhoods.

    In less than one month, over 1100 photos were submitted, providing a visible demonstration of the diversity and strength of support for Edmonton’s transformation to a bicycle-friendly city.

    In December 2014, City Council votes. (read more…) »

    You Can Ride Two

    You Can Ride 2’s adapted bike loan program for children with special needs is seeking your help!

    Through the generous support of individuals donating bikes and funders who have allowed us to purchase new adapted bikes, You Can Ride 2 (YCR2) now has over 70 adapted bikes in its fleet, which we loan out to families in the summer, free of charge, and to schools in the winter. (read more…) »

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    Several motions and inquiries regarding cycling have been brought forth at City Hall in the past several weeks. EBC spoke to the two reports that were presented regarding cycling. You can read the motions and a link to the minutes from those meetings below.

    One of the biggest decisions that Council will make is still to come over the next few weeks, as Council sets priorities and chooses to fund (or not fund) projects in the 4-year Capital Budget 2015-18. (read more…) »

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    The City of Edmonton has released a project update on the Strathcona & Downtown Bike Routes.

    The update includes information about the top-rated routes, the pop-up bike lane in September, and upcoming Capital Budget, as well as public workshops in November.

    Of particular note is the fact that the 83 Avenue Bike Route is listed as a “Recommended Growth Project”, but the 102 Avenue Bike Route is listed in “Unfunded Growth Projects”. (read more…) »

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    Groat Road shared-use path closure

    Groat Road shared-use path from 107 Avenue to Victoria Park Road has been closed until approximately mid-January 2015 for bridge girder work. More information about the closure and detours related to the 102 Ave Bridge replacement can be found on the City’s website.

    River Valley Road/Groat Road Interchange

    http://www.edmonton.ca/transportation/road_projects/river-valley-rd-groat-rd-interchange.aspx

    UPDATE: You can now view November 19 meeting materials (presentation, display boards and fact sheet) as well as complete an online survey until December 3 about the proposed changes to the River Valley Road/Groat Road interchange. (read more…) »

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    It took Edmontonians less than a month to give us more than 1100 pictures to show their support for great bike routes in central Edmonton.

    Join the Edmonton Bike Coalition on Thursday, November 20, at 5:30pm at City Hall as we unveil the photomosaic that they make up, in a visual demonstration of the diversity and strength of support for Edmonton’s transformation to a bicycle-friendly city. (read more…) »