At the Season Finale of WORS 2011 in Sheboygan, WORS Women hosted a free bike stuff exchange. We thought the event was a success, with a many happy donations and appreciated finds. We’ll be doing it again at Iola! We’ve got a winter’s worth of new (gently used) gear to bring – including awesome Bontrager, Craft and Patagonia apparel, helmets, shoes, and more. Most of the donations we’ve received to date will be appreciated by Women and Juniors – and everyone is welcome. Bring your own donations and stop by if you’re in need of something.
At Iola, WORS Women and TeamWORS will be setting up a free bike-stuff exchange table at the WORS Registration tent.
- If you love bikes as much as we do, you have extra bike stuff. If you have extra bike stuff that someone else could use – bring it. It’s liberating to get rid of that extra stuff and especially when you know it’s going to be appreciated! Add to the pile at any time.
- If you are a beginning rider or starving college student in need of a few gently used jerseys, or some clip-less pedals, or maybe a helmet… stop by!
- Once set-up, the table will be first-come, first-served all weekend, starting after the Learn to Race Clinic is over on Saturday and (approximately) after the Sport race on Sunday.
- Experienced riders, it’s A-OK to stop by and find something for yourself – as long as you bring something to give!
Ladies, bring your friends who bike. Guys and gals who race, it’s OK to come by with your girlfriend, boyfriend, wife, husband, mom, dad, daughter or son. Parents, stop by and see if someone whose kids are a little older has gifted you. We want to encourage people to enjoy their ride – even if they don’t race WORS.Update
Thanks to Don Edberg and TeamWORS we’ll also have a blue collection barrel at this and every WORS event to collect donations of bicycle parts and useful accessories for DreamBikes. A bicycle drive is being planned for a WORS event this season. And remember that you can pick up a WORS Racer Handbook anytime if you stop off to donate – or shop – at either DreamBikes location. Thanks to Don Edberg and DreamBikes Milwaukee Manager Russell Jobs!