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HAPPENINGS

HAPPENINGS

Join the Bike Tech family each Saturday Morning at 8:15 a.m. (weather dependent) for a fun bike ride exploring downtown Macon.
Crank to Coffee is a casual weekly bicycle ride. All riders and skill levels are welcome! The route is around 8-10 miles (round trip) but the route is rather flat for the area. We stop along the route at a local coffee shop (varies) for a quick break. Arrive around 8:00am at the shop to prepare for the ride. Wheels down at 8:15 sharp!
The route is pretty standard, but we reserve the right to shake it up a bit if the group wants to explore a little!
Please remember, this is a ride, not a race!
*Ride at your own risk*
*Bring $ for Coffee and Food*
Join us Thursday, November 11th for Macon Bike Party’s, Cranks & Thanks with Bike Tech! In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Bike Tech is asking participants to bring canned goods to donate. Bike Tech will then take us on an adventure that we will be sure to be thankful for.
 
VISIT WWW.BIKEWALKMACON.COM/BIKEPARTY FOR MORE INFO.
We’re having a party at the new shop!
When: Friday, Nov. 12th
Where: 909 2nd Street
Time: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.
10% off all products in store (excludes bikes, and gift cards)
9:00 am – 2:00 pm – Little Light Coffee Co. Mobile Espresso Bar
12:00 pm – 6:00 pm – Saturday’s Journey Ride For Autism Race Packet Pick-Up (register with Central Georgia Autism now)
Special giveaways happening all day!
Saturday, Nov. 13th 2021
We are going downtown for a beautiful scenic ride through the heart of Macon with rolling hills, adventure, with a fully supported Sag team. REGISTER NOW
 
Join us for the 8th Annual Journey for Autism! We are excited to hold the start/finish location at Bike Tech Macon. All skill levels are welcomed, offering 10 , 30, or 60 mile ride options. Everyone that is pre-registered will receive a newly designed, long-sleeve T-shirt, bike socks, and post ride meal.
All proceeds benefit children and adults on the Autism Spectrum in Georgia by providing financial scholarships, family events, social groups, parent meetings, and more

Cranksgiving is a food drive on two wheels , benefitting Middle Georgia Community Food Bank. Part bike ride, part food drive, and part scavenger hunt. All you need is a bike, a bag, and a lock!

Learn from Bike Tech mechanics the technical skills needed for roadside repairs, restoration, fix-a-flat, and other basic maintenance needs.
Participants will enjoy a hands-on experience while working on a bicycle that after repair will be donated back into the community.
All ages welcome.
 
No prior maintenance experience is necessary.
Come with an eagerness to learn.
 
The shop will host workshops monthly on the first Tuesday of every month.