Saturday, Sept. 1st – TOUR de FAT hits the streets of Fort Collins; Once again this year the Co-op will benefit from a percentage of beer sales and sales of T-shirts and New Belgium merchandise. We still have 50 shifts to fill here. Since we trained so many Co-op volunteers last year in TIPS, we won’t be requiring new volunteers to take this training this year. If you took the training last year, please signup again this year and bring that TIPS experience to the event. Note that if you plan to ride the TDF parade there are plenty of afternoon shifts when you can help and still pedal in the parade. You can sign up for shifts at Tour de Fat here:
Volunteers receive two beverage tokens and a Tour de Fat T-shirt!!
Please try to bring a friend, Mom and Dad, or even Gramma and Grandpa – we’d love to have them help! Help the Co-op make Tour de Fat successful.
More info needed? Contact Doug at email@example.com
The Bike Co-op is proud to announce two Fort Collins screenings of the feature length documentary With My Own Two Wheels. Two Wheels weaves together the stories of five individuals across the globe into a single narrative about the bicycle as a vehicle for change. The documentary was shot on location in Zambia, Ghana, India, Guatemala and California. Each screening will be followed by a question and answer session with the Producer/Co-director of the film Jacob Seigel-Boettner.
The screenings will take place at 7:00pm on December 7th and 8th at The Lyric Cinema Cafe. Tickets for each night can be purchased before the event for $10 at the Bike Co-op or The Lyric Cinema Cafe. Tickets will also be available at the door for $15. Seating is limited, so buy your ticket early. Each ticket purchase includes a complimentary New Belgium Beer (For those of legal drinking age). Hey, $10 for a movie and a beer! Just try to find a better deal.
All proceeds raised from the two night event will help to support the Fort Collins Bike Co-op and World Bicycle Relief
Sponsored by Poudre Valley Health Systems and New Belgium Brewery.
For the entire month of September, the Bike Co-op will be the recipient of the HuHot “Keep the Change” program proceeds. Patrons to the restaurant have the option of rounding their bill up to the nearest dollar, and the Bike Co-op gets to “Keep the Change”. Both the Old town and Front Range Village locations in Fort Collins are participating. So, get some friends together for dinner, and raise some money for the Co-op at the same time.