Hey everyone, I wanted to take this opportunity and use this space to introduce myself. My name is Daniel Grover and I’ll be handling all things bike and Handlebar this semester through the Center for Sustainability Education. I’m taking over from Lauren Bruns and I definitely have big boots to fill. I’m excited to get some rides together this semester, increase our volunteer capacity in the shop, and have a couple of field trips to the awesome recycle bicycle in Harrisburg for those who are Continue reading →
Just imagine…you’re hanging out at Dickinson’s bike co-op chatting with friendly people about bikes while eating delicious hot pancakes and freshly brewed Utamsi coffee. Well, you don’t have to imagine any longer, because on December 4th, 10am-12pm, that’s what’s happening! Please bring a suggested donation of $4 for Brunch at The Handlebar, all proceeds go to The German Club and The Handlebar.
Location: The Bike Room in the Davidson-Wilson residential hall. Accessible from Dickinson Walk, running between the Kline Center and the HUB Time: Oct. 27 from 3-5 p.m The Handlebar, Dickinson’s newly established bike-repair shop, will be celebrating its grand opening. Come over for light refreshments, a quick tour, and/or a light repair on your two-wheeled wonder. The Handlebar is located in the former, bike room in Davidson-Wilson. For more information: 717-254-8199 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
1. For Your Body Riding a bike offers many health benefits such as increased cardiovascular fitness, strength, balance and flexibility, endurance and stamina. Fresh air and exercise are critical to your health, and biking can be a workout by itself or an addition to another routine. 2. For Your State of Mind Riding a bike is a proven stress reliever. Regardless of if you are riding purely for pleasure or for a specific purpose, you will arrive at your destination feeling relaxed, energized and Continue reading →