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The True, Untold Story of the Purple and Yellow Bikes

One of the most frequent questions we get at the Bike Co-op and Bike Kitchen is about a quirky little program we have.  You may have either at some point seen these bikes on campus, or come out to a Tuesday Volunteer Night to help us work on them.  The […]

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Women and Queer Night – October 1

Women and Queer night is coming up this Wednesday, October 1, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Bike Kitchen! This monthly workshop is a positive space provided for anyone who’s female and/or LGBTQ-identified. It’s also free of charge and registration is not needed (that means just bring your bike and drop in)! Snacks and […]

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Clubs Days!

From Wednesday to Thursday this week, the AMS Bike Co-op will join 249 of UBC’s other clubs at the Student Union Building for Clubs Days. Come say hi to learn more about the AMS Bike Co-op, including how to volunteer, how to become a member, and how to make bikes a […]

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Women and Queer Night – September 10

Coming up this Wednesday, September 10 from 6-9 pm is our monthly Women and Queer Night at the Bike Kitchen! This monthly workshop is a positive space provided for anyone who’s female and/or LGBTQ-identified. It’s also free of charge and registration is not needed (that means just bring your bike and drop in)! A light dinner […]

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Intro to Mechanics Registration Open!

Want to learn how to maintain your bike?  Take our 4 part workshop series, Intro to Mechanics!  These interactive sessions will walk you through the basics of bike maintenance and provide an overview of the bicycle system and how all the parts work together. Registration is now open for October […]

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Cycling at UBC is just plain fun

As our whole campus community returns after a summer of blue skies and sunny days, the AMS Bike Co-op wants to make sure that everyone remembers the joy and convenience of riding a bike. “We wanted to do something that would remind people that cycling on campus can be quirky, […]

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