Bike Maintenance Classes

Our friends at REI are offering assistance to registered Bike the Barns riders with classes to help you get ready for the big day!

All on Tuesdays  in August, except for the Thursday 8/25 class that is open to the public.

Please bring a copy of your Bike the Barns registration for admission.
8/2, 7pm: Bike Maintenance Basics at Willy St Coop East, 1221 Williamson St, Madison
8/9, 7pm: Bike Maintenance Basics at Willy St Coop West, 6825 University Ave, Middleton
8/23, 7pm: Distance Riding at Lussier Community Center, 55 S. Gammon Rd, Madison

8/25, 7pm: Bike Maintenance Basics at REI, Madison – Open the Public

As you may know, Bike the Barns is a recreational ride that rolls at your own pace through our scenic farm country.  In large group rides, common sense and common courtesy will go a long, long way toward everybody enjoying a safe, satisfying, stupendous day! This year’s routes of 63 and 26 miles are of typical Wisconsin typography, a few hills, some wetlands, dairy farms, a lot of corn, and our diverse vegetable farms.  No time like the present to start getting out and trying some longer rides, 10-20 miles for you Radish riders and 30 or 40 miles for those Rutabaga renegades.

ABOUT US:

We are a non-profit organization based in Madison, Wisconsin that supports and connects Community Supported Agriculture farmers and eaters.

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GET INVOLVED:

We rely on support from hundreds of volunteers, donors, and farms each year to continue building the local food movement. Find out how you can contribute.

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COOKBOOKS:

From Asparagus to Zucchini and Farm Fresh and Fast provide essential tools for all CSA members and vegetable lovers who want to make the most of local and seasonal produce.

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PARTNER SHARES:

This program, among other community programs, works to reduce the barriers of CSA membership in our community by providing cost-sharing opportunities.

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CSA HEALTH INSURANCE REBATE:

The Coalition and area Health Plan partners encourage healthier diets and a healthier Wisconsin through fresh, local produce on our tables.

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