Category Archive: BBC Bike Library

May 15

Bethlehem Bicycle Cooperative eNews – Thursday, 5/15/2014

Ashley Lance joins the BBC with a Silver Membership and Bike Library.  She and Steven are using their bicycles to ride to their jobs, for groceries and general transportation.

                        The Bethlehem Bicycle Cooperative (BBC) is an educational bike shop open for members and guests Thursdays from 5PM to 9PM and Saturdays from 8AM to 4PM. We are a support facility for transportation cyclists.The BBC is here to help you enjoy the trip …

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May 10

Bethlehem Bicycle Cooperative eNews – Saturday, 5/10/2014

Stephen Holman joins the BBC bicycle library for a bicycle and traffic skills to ride to work.  His commute starting a new job is from north Bethlehem to Bath is 5 miles.

The Bethlehem Bicycle Cooperative (BBC) is an educational bike shop open for members and guests Thursdays from 5PM to 9PM and Saturdays from 8AM to 4PM. We are a support facility for transportation cyclists.The BBC is here to help you enjoy the trip more than ever. GUEST PASSES ONLY $5 TODAY, $10 FOR HOUSEHOLD OR …

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Feb 25

BBC Bike Library – Rules for Borrowing

*Please review and understand the Rules for Borrowing, listed below. Bike Library users must hold current BBC Gold Membership with $150 paid upfront + $12.50/month for one year. Prior to borrowing, Bike Library user must first pass Basic Bike Education (under age 14) or Traffic Skills 101 (age 14 to adult). Bike Library user must have …

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Feb 24

Bikes & Accessories in the BBC Bicycle Library

Read all about the CAR-FREE.ORG Bicycle Library.  Rules for borrowing bikes and accessories from Bicycle Library. *Members must pass Traffic Skills 101 & Basic Bike Mechanics to qualify to use the CAT/BBC Bicycle Library! Please review and understand the BBC Bike Library User Agreement.

Feb 01

Bicycle Library at the Bethlehem Bicycle Cooperative

CAT Bicycle Library:  Now you can ride a road bike to work, use a mountain bike on the weekends and borrow a trailer to haul your groceries, all for $300 over the first year and just $150 a year thereafter.  You can even borrow a bike for a friend or relative for up to three …

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