It’s time for Bikes for Humanity’s first external event of the year: the Fix-it Fair at Ron Russell Middle School, Saturday the 23rd. This will be the second of the season and we will be spending it outside the main exhibit room fixing up bikes and engaging folks about our mission. It runs from 9:30 til 3, so we will be meeting at the shop around 8, loading up the trailers, and bike moving there around 8:30. Volunteers don’t have to get up on a Saturday at the crack of dawn to participate: there are shifts starting at the school at 9am, noon, and 2:30 for those who want to do the bike move back to the shop.
This is a great opportunity to work on your bike mechanic skills, whatever stage you are in your wrenching journey, and give back to the community at the same time. Of course for anyone not looking to get greasy we always need help talking to folks about B4H, taking pictures, or even giving a flat repair tutorial if you’re up for that. Best of all, the fine folks at the Fix-it Fair will feed us. Here’s the sign up!