Saturday, July 9 · 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Buttles and Park
Sunday, June 19 · 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Franklinton Cycle Works
897 West Broad St.
SUDS is an all things bicycle related swap meet. This Father's Day, show your dad you care by clearing out his basement of all the bicycle parts and accessories he hasn't used since 1999 and invite him along to the swap meet as well. Most likely, he'll find a new pair of fenders that he simply must have, and you'll probably find something cool too.
Nothing to sell? Stop down and browse the tables. Good food, fine coffee, and chill music are expected to accompany patrons of this Father's Day event making it not only a good time, but a great gift.
Tables are $10 and space is limited so reserve yours as soon as possible. For more information, call Jonathan of FCW at 614-315-9315 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Co-sponsored by Columbus Ride Blog and Yay Bikes!
Thursday, May 26 · 7:00pm - 8:30pm
897 West Broad St.
The folks behind The Water Cycle Project are good friends of ours at FCW and will be giving a talk on their mission and the bike rides they've planned for this summer in an effort to raise money for well digging in India. Refreshments will be available.
FCW and The Water Cycle Project will be there to answer questions about the rides, accommodations, trip fees, fundraising, etc.
The Water Cycle Project is a zero-overhead organization. Every donor dollar goes directly to well drilling teams in India. It's a fantastic, effective cause.
Unlike other charity rides, there is no minimum fund-raising required to participate. It's a simple, low-key environment that's about cycling, enjoying good company, and doing a little good while we're at it.
Please check out www.WaterCycleProject.org for more information, and come prepared with lots of questions.
In any case, food and drink will be provided! It'll be a great time to hang out with some fellow cyclists, and find out if any of the four scheduled 2011 Water Cycle Project rides are for you.
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