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Dates to Remember

 

 

September

 

Sept 7- Women Only Bike Clinic

Sept 11- Bike Clinic-open to public

Sept 17- M8M Marketplace

Sept 25- Refugee Bike Giveaway

             Lutheran Community Services

 

October

 

Oct 5 - Women Only Bike Clinic

Oct 9 - Bike Clinic-open to public

Oct 15 - M8M Marketplace

Washington County

Community Bicycle Center

 

137 NE 3rd Ave.

Hillsboro, OR 97124

503-844-9740

 

Hours: Mon-Sat 10-5pm

Sunday noon to 4pm

 

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Bike Repair Clinics

 

Be sure to pre-register for the bike clinic.

There is a $20.00 refundable registration fee.

 

October 5th Women's only bike clinic runs from 6-7:30pm  or

October 9th General bike clinic-open to public runs from 10:30- noon

 

Learn how to adjust, clean, repair your bicycle in a friendly, encouraging and instructive atmosphere? Bring your bike, and our instructors will teach you how to maintain and fix it!

Learn how to:
Fix flat tires
Adjust seats & handlebars
Adjust derailuers
Adjust brakes
Chain cleaning
Chain repair and replacementru
Checking for broken spokes
Wheel removal for transport
And much more!

 

Up coming clinics:

Women Only Clinic

6pm-7:30pm

Oct. 5

Nov 2

Dec 7

 

Clinics open to general public

10:30am to noon

Oct. 9

Nov. 6

Dec. 11

 

 

    

Ridwell Bike Collection -Postponed

Ridwell's week long bike and accessories collection has been postponed until a later date. 

 

We need volunteers for this. 

 

Please email me to participate in distribution events. I will tell you where and when etc about specific events coming up. Ed@washcobikes.org

 

Thank you in advance for helping in the future with this wonderful program of getting people free bikes and safety equipment. You are making a real difference.

 

Our partnership with Free Bikes for Kids, Ridwell and many many more help produce results such as this.

 

We’ve given away almost 1700 bikes since May 1 with helmets locks lights and bicycles going to schools churches refugee networks and more.

 

                                    Templeton Elementary School Bike program 

                                   

WashCo Bikes Responds to COVID-19 Concerns

As a local community organization, we care about our community members and recent concerns about the spread of COVID-19. Please note the following:
  • The Bike Shop remains open.
  • Masks are optional inside the Bike Shop and outside when less six feet of distance cannot be maintained.
  • While we are no longer limiting 2 customers in our shop at a time, please note our space is limited.
  • We encourage community members to get out and ride a bike as an enjoyable and healthy activity that is compatible with social distancing. 
  • Upcoming activities will be adjusted according to the best information that we have and the policies of our partner organizations.
We will continue to review and update our status as the situation evolves.  If you have any questions, please contact us.