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A New Vision for 300 West and How You Can Help

We have a vision for a new 300 West: a low-stress bicycle boulevard that connects people on bike and foot with UTA’s Provo Central station, Amtrak, Franklin neighborhood, Provo City Hall, downtown, Timp neighborhood, Provo Rec Center, IHC’s Utah Valley Hospital, Provo River Trail, and so much more. To bring it about, we will be […]

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Andrew Ungerman Memorial Ride

A memorial ride for Andrew Ungerman will take place tonight at 6:30. Gather at University Ave Center St. Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1391585137781460  

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Come Learn to Fix Your Bike!

The Provo Bicycle Collective is hosting their second Basic Bicycle Maintenance Class of the year! Now’s a perfect time to pull your bike out of the garage and make sure it’s running before spring hits! The details: Basic Bicycle Maintenance Class Thursday February 20th, 6pm Provo Bicycle Collective: 1100 W 49 N Unit 2, Provo […]

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Contest! Win a year membership to the Provo Bicycle Collective!

It’s February and you’re still out on your bike, riding though inversion smog and snowstorms. The Provo Bicycle Collective salutes you! Here’s your chance to win a year long membership to the Provo Bicycle Collective! Get unlimited bench time at the shop! Dollar off all classes and other events! We want to reward you for riding […]

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Basic Maintenance Class at the Provo Bicycle Collective

Bring your friends to the Provo Bicycle Collective to learn the basics of bicycle maintenance on Thursday January 30th at 7pm! The class will cover: -Fixing a flat -Chain care and lubrication -Brake adjustment -Tips on proper tire inflation The class costs 5$ and hot chocolate will be included! You can RSVP to the event […]

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“there’s no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing”

Those who ride their bikes through the Utah winters rely heavily on good clothing to keep them warm, safe and even comfortable through the chillier months. Here are a few small (and mostly inexpensive) pieces of clothing that have made a big difference in my winter riding (and would make for great gifts this christmas!) […]

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Provo Road Rally on Tuesday: Show up With Signs to Show Your Support of a Bicycle & Pedestrian Friendly Provo

We haven’t asked for major help in a long time, but next Tuesday it is essential that we have a significant presence at the Provo City Council meeting. If you support a bicycle and pedestrian friendly city, we need your help! Now is the time to stand up and make a difference! We are concerned […]

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FAQs About the Provo Bicycle Plan

By now, you’ve probably heard a lot about the Provo Bicycle Plan – a document developed over the last two years that has still not been passed. If you have questions, we have answers. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions we get about the plan: What is the Provo Bicycle Plan? The […]

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3rd Annual Glo-in-the-Dark Halloween Bike Ride!

Join lots of costumed cyclists this Thursday at 7pm for the Provo Bicycle Collective‘s 3rd Annual Glo-in-the-Dark Halloween Bike ride!  Decorate your bike with lights and ride around Provo for about an hour, then enjoy hot chocolate and treats at the Collective’s Community Bike Shop on 1100 W 49 N.  The ride starts at University […]

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Moving By Bike in Provo

Last month Sam and I decided to move to our new apartment without the aid of motorized vehicles.  We recruited friends and wrangled together every cargo bike we could find and were able to move everything rather easily.  We should have found someone to take more pictures and film footage, but everyone was busy lifting […]