It’s just around the corner: our November 11th Day in the Bay Daytrip to Martin Luther King Jr. Shoreline Park. For children ages 11 and up, and their parents. Meet us at the shop at 9 a.m. with your completed registration forms! For more info, call Nakari at (510)401-4688 or email him at: email@example.com
Cooperation Richmond held its Launch event here at Rich City Rides last Wednesday. Well attended, great group of people. Followed by “Richmond Rocks” live music, three bands. Community is a nice thing.
A great hands-on volunteer opportunity! Every Wednesday from 6-10 p.m we hold our Bike Clinic, where we refurbish bikes for our Bikes 4 All program and Earn-A-Bike activities. You know we strongly believe in bike access for all, so we give away up to 50-80 bicycles per quarter. Led by Program Manager and lead mechanic Taye McGee, the Bike Clinic is one of the ways we keep up with the high need for quality, refurbished bikes.
Come join the Rich City Rides staff and volunteers! We gather at our bike shop, 1500 Macdonald Avenue in Richmond, California USA every Wednesday from 6 pm – 10 pm. Help us refurbish bicycles that have been donated by the wonderful residents of Richmond, California, and you’ll learn stuff, we promise you. All skill levels welcomed! Tools will be provided but you may also feel free to bring your own!
For any questions please contact Ebony by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (510) 660-8251.
This Friday, July 21, Rich City Rides will unite with Richmond Ceasefire for their annual citywide walk for reclaiming neighborhoods from violent crime. We’ll meet at the bike shop and roll out at 4:45 sharp, meeting the walkers at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church in North Richmond. We’ll ride alongside the walkers and end at Miracle Temple, 2425 Cutting Blvd. We then ride back to the shop. The total ride, including starting and ending at the bike shop, is 6.1 miles. The Ceasefire walk itself, from New Hope Church to Miracle Temple, is 3.1 miles.
We will stop along the way to remember the loss of loved ones and the impact of violent crime in our neighborhoods. This walk usually draws hundreds of people, and will be accompanied by the East Bay Center for the Performing Arts Band.
For more info, contact Nakari Syon, our Program Assistant Coordinator/ Ride Leader by by email: email@example.com
Watch a preview of Rich City Rides filmmaker Amani Skinner’s new short about the June 17th Juneteenth ride and festival! It’s on our YouTube channel: RCR YouTube