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Volunteer days are back, in a new format! They're the second and fourth Saturdays, on a smaller scale. See our Eventbrite site at bikex.eventbrite.com for details and to RSVP. Grab your spot and join in on the wrenching for good! See the event calendar for more events and volunteer days.

Donate bicycles and parts by appointment. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and details of what you have. We have specific drop-off times on Wednesday and Friday and other times by special arrangement. We'll let you know if we have a need for your items and get you drop-off details.

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Watch the Cargo Bike Movie "Motherload," Support the Bicycle Exchange


Thanks to the kind folks at Wheel Kids, you can watch the stellar bicycle movie "Motherload" while supporting your favorite bicycle nonprofit, the Silicon Valley Bicycle Exchange!

Wheel Kids is hosting a showing of the cargo bike documentary film at 2pm on March 1, 2020 at Greendell School in Palo Alto. Tickets are just $5, and all proceeds from the showing will go to the Bicycle Exchange to help provide two-wheel transportation to those in need. 

You can purchase tickets here. Don't wait, as seating is limited to about 50 lucky attendees. You'll also be entered into a raffle to win a gift card from sponsor Xtracycle. 

Want a sneak peek at the two-wheel fun on tap for March 1? See the trailers below. 

Motherload Trailer #1:

Motherload Trailer #2:


See you on March 1!

More info: wheelkids.com

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