This year’s North Woodside Community Yardsale will be held on June 10-11. North Woodside households are welcome to participate in one or both days. If you would like your sale listed on a map for advertising the sale, please enter your information into this form.
If you have trouble with the form, please contact the community yardsale organizer and share what you plan to sell so it may be added to the map, which will be circulated on our listserv, Nextdoor, etc.
A flat tire is one of the most common mishaps that can occur while riding a bike. A piece of metal, glass, or even a thorn can end an otherwise enjoyable ride. I am offering a free hands-on workshop to show you how to repair a flat tire while on the road or trail. At the end of the two-hour session you will know how to remove a damaged wheel, identify the cause of the flat, locate the puncture, repair the inner tube, and what basic tools you should carry to take care of such an emergency. All materials, including patches, cement, practice tubes, and written step-by-step instructions will be provided.
Sessions will be limited to two participants, ages 16 and up, and will be held outdoors on my deck with plenty of spacing between us. Masks will be required. Bring your bikes to practice removing a wheel and mounting it when the repair is completed. We will practice patching a puncture on inner tubes that I provide. I plan to hold these sessions through the spring and summer. If interested, please contact me to schedule our workshop.
Kudos to Manuel who has serviced a whopping 98 bikes for free since April 2020 and fixed up and given away 32 donated bikes!
For more information about Manuel’s bike tune up services and bike donation project:
A pandemic project: Fixing up bicycles and giving them away free
by John Kelly, Washington Post, May 4, 2021
NPR: Retiree Finds Purpose Restoring Unwanted Bikes, Gives Them Away
NPR, Morning Edition, May 6, 2021