Welcome back! It’s going to be an even more exciting year for the Bike Club. New tools, new bicycles, and best of all, new faces! Come down to our O-Week stall and help new students get riding to UNSW.
O-Week is finally here!
O-Week, the Bike Club’s chance to make itself known to UNSW students, is fast approaching. So fast, in fact, that it starts tomorrow! It’ll run all week until Friday.
Our stall will be on the Quadrangle Lawn, #101, next to Circusoc. We’ll be handing out maps, suggesting routes to new commuters, selling safety accessories, and helping people fix their bikes.
Do you have some free time? We need volunteers for our stall. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know that you’d like to help.
Cycling films on Wednesday
We’ll be running a cycling film screening on Wednesday afternoon, featuring Breaking Away along with other more local moments of cycling fun. It’ll be followed by a Q&A session for anyone needing advice about riding to university. Wednesday 4 pm, Quad G26.
Ride to the beach on Friday
We’ll be hitting the road to Bronte again, taking quiet streets at a gentle pace. Come along and bring swimmers, a towel and water bottle (feel free to bring picnic stuff as well). We’ll meet at Anzac Parade at 4 pm on Friday.
Workshops resume this week
Our popular weekly maintenance workshops, where you can bring your bike along and learn how to fix it (using our tools and the expertise of our volunteers), start this week, O-Week.
The first workshop will be on Tuesday 22 February, and they’ll run every week from 12pm-2pm on the Quad Lawn.
If you know about fixing bikes and would like to help out, come along too!