Some people put their bikes up when winter rolls around to Seattle. Others sign up for bike maintenance classes, like the ones we’re offering throughout the quarter, and learn how to do all of their own maintenance. Check out the schedule in the tab above, and email email@example.com if you’re interested in registering!
We will re-open January 4!
The UWPD will be passing out project 529 shields outside the bike shop Monday, November 9, from 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm. Stop by to get your bike registered!
If you can’t make it tomorrow, you can pick up the 529 stickers from the information window at the UWPD station on boat street.
(Remember, the best time to register your bike is before it’s stolen.)
Interested in learning how to work on your bike? Sounds like a perfect excuse to check out the ASUW Bike Shop’s maintenance class schedule and reserve yourself a spot! Just head on over to the “Classes” tab above…
We are closed from Aug. 21 to Sep. 20.
Fall hours will be Monday-Friday, 11 am – 5 pm. As usual, you can drop your bike off during these hours for service or learn how to do the work yourself! Here’s an idea to get you going:
Have a great break and ride safe!
Summer hours starting June 22nd will be 12-5 Monday-Thursday only. Closed Friday-Sunday. Closed 6/15-6/19
We will be holding our Spring quarter class series on Tuesdays during the month of May. Visit bike.asuw.org/classes to read more!
Visit https://jobs.asuw.org/positions#entity9 to view the job description and apply to be the Bike Shop manager!
Application closes April 12th
Join us for the Whole U Cycling Seminar, April 8th at 12pm in HUB 250. This is open to all current student, staff and faculty.
Come to learn about cycling from experts at UW, including Hall Health physical therapists, Regional Heart Center, Cardiology, and for a chance to win $50 gift certificate to Recycled Cycles!
Register and more info here: http://bit.ly/UWCyclingEvent
Please consider volunteering at Husky Cycling’s home race in North Bend and Seattle, WA! Husky Cycling is the University of Washington’s competitive cycling team, competing in the northwest conference against other Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana schools. Volunteers can work full or half days, Saturday and/or Sunday. Typical assignments include traffic control, race caravan car driving, officials’ assistant, and more. If you have a car that can be used during the race, let the volunteer coordinator know!
Race Director -Nguyen Tran firstname.lastname@example.org
Husky Cycling general email:
Please see the race announcement flyer below: