Bikes Against Borders

The quick details:
When: May 7th, 10am – 6pm
Where: Right to Move community bike shop, behind Concordia’s Hall building between Mackay and Bishop streets.
What: Right to Move and Solidarity Across Borders are teaming up for a one-day bike-repair-a-thon on May 7, in which Right to Move volunteers and other mechanics can get your bike ready to roll – with all proceeds from the effort going to Solidarity Across Borders, a grassroots migrant justice network.
Who: Anyone who has a bike that needs a spring tune-up! See below to reserve a spot.
How: First, please email to arrange a drop off time. Due to space limitations we cannot store bikes overnight, so you will need to both drop off and pick up your bike the same day. Then, bring it at the arranged time on May 7th! You and an intake volunteer will assess the condition of your bike and discuss any parts that may need to be changed, as well as costs associated with replacing those parts. At the end of the day, come back, be excited and ride away on your freshly tuned up bike!
Cost: Sliding scale pay what you can, suggested range of $30-75.
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