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Fiercest DIY Spirit: Austin Yellow Bike Project

Austin's raddest bike co-op recently opened its new headquarters on Webberville Road, its third move in two years and hopefully its last. YBP operates by the teach-a-man-to-fish ethos, offering free education in bike repair and free or low-cost ways to get new riders on the road. The shop was renovated by volunteers and financed by $100,000 in microloans; all the materials were moved from the previous shop location by bike. Newcomers can volunteer, donate, or stop by during an open shop.

Yellow Bike Project Headquarters
1216 Webberville Rd.
www.austinyellowbike.org

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