Lebanon Bicycle Recycle, a community-driven initiative committed to making the local community “a better place through bicycles,” will host a series of bike mechanics classes this winter for participants of all skill levels.

The course, according to a release from co-executive director Laurie Crawford, is “aimed at empowering individuals with the skills to confidently fix bikes and support our mission of repairing bicycles for the community.” The program will cover essential bike repair techniques and provide hands-on experience and will be conducted in both English and Spanish.

Classes will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. each Monday from Jan. 29 to Feb. 19 at 53 Chestnut St., Lebanon. The classes are free but space is limited, so early registration is encouraged.

Register by emailing LebanonBicycleRecycle@gmail.com.

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Lebanon Bicycle Recycle accepts bike and bike part donations from the community and trains volunteers to repair bicycles. The organization promotes “a commitment to lifelong riding and sustainable transportation,” the release says.

The community bike shop is open every Monday from April to December, providing a supportive environment for individuals to participate in the “Earn a Bike Program”, share skills, and contribute to the cycling community. Appointments are necessary and can be made in person or by email.

Visit LebanonBicycleRecycle.com for more details.

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Tom has been a professional journalist for nearly four decades. In his spare time, he plays fiddle with the Irish band Fire in the Glen, and he reviews music, books and movies for Rambles.NET. He lives with his wife, Michelle, and has four children: Vinnie, Molly, Annabelle and Wolf.


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