The Evergreen State College

2700 Evergreen Parkway NW Olympia, WA 98505

1st Floor of the CAB (College Activities Building) Facing the CRC, Room 135

Phone: (360)867-6399

E-mail: theevergreenbikeshop@gmail.com

CURRENT UPDATED SCHEDULE

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

MOB Roll Alleycat Race comes to Olympia!



Zig-zag your way all over Olympia on bike- hitting checkpoints, completing random tasks, scavenging for items and collecting points. All ages and experience levels are welcome. Amazing prizes to be won! Live music and party after the race at the shop. Just $5 to participate!

(The checkpoints are secret- you will find out the route right before the race begins)

Some of the awesome prizes that will be given away thanks to one of the event sponsors: Knog



Invite your friends, invite your family, invite your neighbors, invite your enemies. Bring your bike and your game-face to the Evergreen Bike Shop this upcoming Saturday, May 18th. Race starts at 1pm.

Celebrate after the race with old friends, new friends and live music!
[5-7pm]

Join our Facebook event to let us know you will be coming:
MOB Roll Alleycat event!

M.O.B.

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Friday, February 15, 2013

Monday, January 14, 2013

Bike Guide

Here is a printable version of Chloe Stamper's "Olympia Bike Guide." She made this a year ago for an independent contract, you may have seen some hard copies in the shop in the past. More hard copies to come, check out our Info Kiosk.


Thursday, July 26, 2012

New Paint!


The shop finally got around to getting rid of some of the white walls this week. The purple, blue and green came out lookin purty cool. Everyone worked pretty gosh darn hard (myself excluded.)


Luckily, I fulfilled my usefulness by bring my winning personality (and camera.)


The whole thing took 2 days to do, and the results were better for it.


Veronica rockin the blue detailing.


The shop was temporarily pretty messy during the process... Further hampered by my sloppiness while wrenching.


The final product though was all worth it. And the boards look a lot more interesting now.


Nice color combos.


And clean work space! (For now.)


Veronica and Basie rocked it! These are some cool volunteers.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

BIKE SHOP from Robert Gray on Vimeo.


Look! It's us! Thanks for everyone who made this! Its rad!

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Happy New Year!

Its a new year and a new academic quarter.
New volunteers are always encouraged.
Our weekly meetings are still at the same time, same place.
Wednesdays @ 2pm.

Keep on pedaling!
"Roadcycling for me is not about suffering. It is about this emotional connection. Somehow the feel of being on the bike, the sensation of speed, and even the pain in my legs become associated with the reward of seeing an affecting landscape. Once it forms, the association is difficult to break, and it makes cycling addictive - apparently not just for me. Some of my riding partners are experienced racers and randonneurs, and when I listen to them describe rides I notice that they rarely speak of difficulty or pain. Words such as "epic" and "sufferfest" are simply not in their vocabulary. It's not because they don't feel pain and exhaustion, but because they do not consider these sensations to be the point. It's about fulfillment through a visceral connection with one's surroundings. The rest is not important."

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Murals



Thank you to Vlad and Leo who worked on these murals all summer! They look fantastic

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Work Party !



A successful work party! Everything is clean and organized!

Brought some life into the shop with plants.

We silk screened the bike shop's logo on T's, hoodies, and even some boxer briefs, so volunteers can rep TEBS.


Muscles were used to bend back these giant cutters into working condition.

Co-coordinator, Nick, modeling a waterproof poncho that a fellow volunteer made.


Thursday, October 20, 2011

Fenders

We ordered some fenders to sell! For now, we will start out with only 8 in stock and see what the demand is like. Look for them soon!

How to Lock Up Your Bike


I dont recommend that you epoxy a ball bearing into your stem bolt (because you wouldnt be able to adjust it if the need arises), but everything else is legit.

Monday, October 10, 2011

New Schedule Up!

Finally, the schedule is posted. You can find it under "Current Schedule" or by clicking here. It also can be found on our shop doors.
But it's never too late to sign up to volunteer! Come to our weekly meetings on Wednesdays at 2 if you're interested.

Bike Maintenance Classes Fall 2011

*The shop will be closed during class times to make room for attendees.*

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Mayor of Vilnius has BALLS

Mayor of of the City of Vilnius in Libya is sick of people parking their cars in the bike lane. To publicly display his sentiment he decided to run over an illegally parked Mercedes Benz in a TANK. Wowza



Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Second-Hand Rose and Back

Good ride this weekend before the heavy cloud cover rolled in. Apparently this blog is just our ride report... Pictures!

Our destination! Lots of interesting old things to found and bought for the right price. Apparently Dwayne the satanic dentist shops here for all the black houses in Olympia.

Start of the ride with past and future coordinators!

 Josh's bike gave him lots of trouble, but we don't leave no one behind. I'll be sure to be more equipped in future rides.

One last shot before heading home. Good lookin', boys.

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Group Ride to Boston Harbor

Boston Harbor!...

Ilsina rode fixed the whole way.

Josh sporting a helmet like a boss.

Max puked all over himself and had to get a ride home...

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Successful Work Party

The shop is in tip-top shape after some cleaning. Stop by and check it out:





Sunday, May 22, 2011

26" to 65Ob Conversion

I've read a fair amount about converting old road frames to 65Ob wheels with the aid of long reach caliper brakes, but I never heard of going from 26" to 65Ob. Take a look at the Velo Orange blog, where they have a post about the process. This creates a lot of potential for all those old chomoly mountain bike frames that you see all over bike co-ops...

 Grand Bois Hetres for your LHT, wtf...

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Sunday Group Ride

This past Sunday, a few members of the shop went on a group ride down the Western Chehalis Trail. The ride takes a little over an hour to complete the 14.2 miles from our starting destination. Our end point was the Monarch Sculpture Park just south of Olympia. The weather was beautiful leading to a great afternoon overall.


We will be meeting every Sunday, 1PM at the squirty fountain downtown (4th and Water St.) if the weather is decent. Please come and join!