Spring Back On Bikes

(SBOB)

Initiative

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In 2020 the US has seen a surge in demand for  bicycles and bicycle repairs. So in the spring of 2021... we want to help keep the hype on wheels. 

 

Don't throw away your bike if you haven't used it much this winter! Bicycles are repairable and it's time to get that beauty back on the road.   

The National Youth Bike Council

is partnering with the following bike shops:

Available Bike Shops & Offers

* Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

[] Bicycle Therapy

  1 tube replacement or inflation (if needed), Nuts and bolts check, Brake alignment

[] Fairmount Bicycles

  1 tube replacement or inflation (if needed), Nuts and bolts check, Brake alignment

[] Brewerytown Bicycle

  1 tube replacement or inflation (if needed), Nuts and bolts check, Brake alignment

* Atlanta, Georgia

[] Outback Bikes

  - Tune-Up

       or

  - Flat Fix

[] Atlanta Pro Bikes

  - Safety check, Gear adjustment, and Brake alignment.

[] REI Atlanta

  - Safety Check, Brake Adjustment, Tire Inflation or Tube Replacement, Derailleur Adjustment (if necessary), Wheel Spot True (if necessary)

How To Spring Back on your Bike!

First.

Email (info@nybcouncil.com) or DM us on Instagram a photo of you and your bike that needs to be repaired. Let us know which shop's tune-up ticket you would like.

Then.

This is first come first serve, if we have any tickets left for that shop we will give you a virtual ticket or help you receive a physical tune-up ticket.

Repair. 

Each shop has different protocols. Check with the local shop's website to see how you can get your repairs done and redeem your ticket! 

Ride.

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Age Range: 18 and under but up to 24 depending on the shop.

First Come First Served

Remember, your bike does not need to be trashed if a wheel or two doesn't work, that's repairable! 

We hope Spring Back On Bikes this year will raise awareness of Youth Riders and continue to encourage the allocation of safe spaces for riding.

* Brought to you Atlanta Students Advocating for Pedestrians (ASAP) and the National Youth Bike Council 

* March 20th is the first day of spring. We will start taking the first come, first serve that contact us after/around that date.