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We are closed Dec. 6 to Jan. 4 for Winter Shutdown

The Bike Kitchen and AMS Bike Co-op will be closed for service and regular programming for Winter Shutdown from December 6, 2014 to January 4, 2015. We’ll be back for regular 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. hours on Monday, January 5, 2014. Happy winter and good luck with your exams!

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Cycling for Women: Oh, dear

In 1989, Bicycling Magazine published a book called Cycling for Women. Edited by Kim Anderson, with contributions from a range of other cyclists, it offers some handy advice for bike fit, training and nutrition. It also contains other material that hasn’t, um, stood the test of time*: PG 5: Can a […]

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Open letter from the Bike Co-op for BC On the Move

Today is the last day for residents of BC to participate in the BC On the Move Survey. To learn more about the survey, read AMS Bike Co-op Programs Assistant Jen Roberton’s blog post here, and then head over to the survey to give your feedback. The deadline for survey […]

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Meet a Mechanic: Tom!

Tom has been a mechanic at the Bike Kitchen for three years; as of late, he’s been learning about how to handle our inventory. He’s also responsible for playing copious amounts of Stone Roses and Dexy’s Midnight Runners at the shop.   What do you like about working at the […]

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Meet a Board Member: Emily

Emily is currently working towards a Masters of Bioinformatics at UBC; she does most of her work at the BC Cancer Agency. Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, Emily came here to Vancouver in 2007 to start her undergrad at UBC. She’s lived here ever since! How long have you been involved with […]

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BC On the Move: Transportation Survey

By AMS Bike Co-op Programs Assistant Jen Roberton The government of British Columbia wants YOU to tell them what transportation issues matter in and around the province. You have until December 12, 2014 to fill out a survey to share your thoughts on transportation in the province. They want to […]

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