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Tue Feb 19th 7:30-9pm
Evanston Ecology Center, 2024 McCormick Blvd, Evanston
The Chicago area has not yet permitted scooter companies to start ride-sharing services that are available in other cities. Proponents say that electric scooters could be useful for trips to and from transit and to fill the gap in options for short-hop trips and could help more households do without a car although there are critics. Leading a discussion of the pros and cons and what we might expect in micro-mobility transportation options will be Maggie Melin, an Advocacy Manager at the…
March Tune Up Class|
Sun Mar 3rd 6-9pm
The Recyclery Collective, 7628 N Paulina St
Our two-part bicycle Tune Up Class will be taught by Katie, an experienced Recyclery crew mechanic. This class will introduce you to basic bicycle maintenance. We’ll cover tool and component terminology, fixing a flat, chain maintenance, brake pad replacement, and basic shifting adjustments.
This class will be held on the Sunday evenings of March 3rd & 10th, 6-9PM. Cost for the 2 session course is $75.
Bring your own bike to the…
Mayor’s Bicycle Advisory Council|
Wed Mar 6th 3-4:30pm
Chicago City Hall, 121 N LaSalle Street, Room 1103
Mayor’s Bicycle Advisory Council
The Mayor’s Bicycle Advisory Council (MBAC) includes members representing a broad spectrum of backgrounds, from health care and enforcement and community groups. Several City departments are also represented.
MBAC focuses on a wide range of bicycle issues: safety, education, enforcement, and infrastructure investment. The Council will help identify issues, discuss ideas and set priorities for bicycle planning in Chicago.
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