**TWO Meet up spots!!!
1) POP Allston (89 Brighton Ave, Allston) at 2pm for DJ Mix Master Mully set, leave at 2:30pm to head to the first live music set.
2) Somerville Bike Kitchen (339 Summer St, Somerville) 2pm-ish for bike maintenance, refreshments (snacks!).
FIRST LIVE MUSIC SET:
3pm radical marching band at Somerville Bike Kitchen! the coolest bike coop on that side of the Charles River! (thanks to SBK for being a cool cat partner)
SEE YOU THERE!!!
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Did you hear what's coming up? We've got our next installment of the rumored Musical Mystery Bike Rides next Saturday, July 30!
Tune up your bike and tune in to the scene as we meet up at POP Allston at 2pm on Saturday, ride out into the urban wilds, and find ourselves enjoying wonderful music in beautiful settings. There will be a chance of swimming, so pack your suit and be ready to take a dip to stay cool with hot music!
Curious about the ride?
It's a 10-mile ride, mostly pathways, ending a few miles north of the city, with the option to catch the commuter rail back into Boston and make it home before dark. (We also suggest you bring $10 to support the bands!)
Plans are subject to change, so keep up with the Facebook Event and an upcoming newsletter later in the week. But here are some details to mark down in Sharpie and tell your friends:
* Meet up on Saturday, July 30th at 2pm – leave at 2:30p *
* at POP Allston 89 Brighton Ave, Allston *
riding to... our first pre-announced stop, shhhh...
to catch a performance before we gather up and head on out!
Welcome to CommonWheels! We are excited to keep rolling thoughout the fall and winter at our indoor space at POP Allston, 89 Brighton Ave. See the calendar to the right for our upcoming events, classes, clinics, and rides. Keep in touch with us by signing up for our monthly newsletter updates, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter @CommonWheelz
CommonWheels is an Allston-based bicycle collective focused on building a community of happy, safe, educated riders though workshops, group rides, and our flagship program, Open Shop. Read more about our mission here.
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Open Shop is a free, DIY, bike-maintenance skillshare. We provide the tools and guidance needed to keep your bike working so you can keep riding. Our goal isn't to fix your bike and send you own your way, it's to help you fix your own bike. Open Shop is also a great chance to hang out with your fellow Boston bike riders, trade stories of biking adventures, and share your own knowledge. Don't have anything to work on on your own bike? Volunteers are always welcome at Open Shop, where you can learn by working on one of our fleet bikes. Our Open Shops roll every week on Wednesdays at POP Allston, with classes every Sunday.