Yellow Bike Project Donates Workshops to Winning Neighborhoods

The Yellow Bike Project will host free community workshops this summer for the neighborhood planning areas that win the monthly Kill-a-Watt Challenge competitions.

YBP volunteers will help participants repair bikes (no prior experience is necessary), and participants will have access to YBP's thousands of scrap parts. The Yellow Bike Project has been providing free bikes and educational programming to Austinites for 10 years now; read more about their accomplishments in Chronicle News contributor Dan Mottola's May article, "Yellow Bike Project Turns 10."

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