A bit of media coverage for the Moving Planet ride in the Central Leader and also featuring some familiar faces. Full article here – http://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/local-news/auckland-city-harbour-news/5674036/Fuelled-by-climate-change
Reminder that it’s on tomorrow from 11 am. Details are here http://www.350.org.nz/ or via FB http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=140394646051782 Saturday September 24th is the international day for Moving Planet: A day to move beyond fossil fuels, organised by 350.org. In Auckland we’re gathering to send a message to our leaders that we want action on climate change, specifically to move Aotearoa beyond fossil […]
Hey, come to this month’s tutorial on everything a cyclist should know about flat tires! Entry by koha as usual ($5 suggested).
The blue one has a new brother! From what I heard from Claire it’s been quite a mission in getting it up from Christchurch to Auckland. This means less having to work on your bike with it flipped over, and the chance of your back giving out. Win!
Want to learn how to volunteer at Tumeke Cycle Space? Then come on down to the shop 11:00–12:00 Sunday 2 October for our Volunteer Orientation Day. We’ll introduce you to the ins and outs of our collective and workshop. No prior knowledge of bike repair needed; just an enthusiasm to learn and to help people get […]
This week we had a 1 piece bottom bracket strip and a chucking on a new tyre, followed by lots of general cleaning & maintenance. As usual, Carol is showing how it’s done. There’s also Doyle hiding out the back.
The workshop will be open for week night bike fixing and anything bike related – some of our volunteers will be there so bring your bike down or come help others. As always, donations are appreciated to help pay the rent. Cheers!
Just casually showing off…..
Got our first Filing Cabinet to store all our bits and bobs through Trade Me for a buck. Kudos to Claire on driving ‘Community Van’ (a beast of a van with very crunchy gears) all the way out to Te Atatu to collect it. This should be the first of many to come. Yea Boi!