On Tuesday, December 4, at 7 PM, at 236 Taylor in downtown Port Townsend, cargo bike riders will be assembling to share their stories and answer your questions: Why choose a big bike? A long tail versus a bakfiet? Totally human powered or electric assist?
Current cargo bike owners are especially encouraged to arrive on their cargo bike and share their story. It is also a great opportunity for interested non owners to compare some of the bikes that are available. And, we may even see some one of a kinds made by creative bike owners who wanted to add more utility to their ride.
This evening program, the fourth of a "First Tuesday Salon" series, is sponsored by the Port Townsend Cycle School. The Port Townsend Cycle School is a new non-profit venture, created by a small group of cycle enthusiasts, to grow a culture of cycling, community, and cycle building and maintenance. Admission is free; donations are appreciated.
The Port Townsend Cycle School www.ptcycleschool.org was founded by David Engle, Ric Hjertberg www.wheelfanatyk.com, Dave Thielk and Kees Kolff. For more information write to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-345-9714.