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Last Saturday, as a part of National Bike Month and Art at the Market, Neutral Cycle was at the Urbana Farmer’s Market giving free tune-ups and hosting a jewelry-making workshop using bicycle parts.  Despite the portent of rainclouds, the weather was great and we were able to meet and interact with tons of our neighbors.

CU Bike Month is about creating new connections and strengthening existing ones between our community and cycling.  That’s why our partnership with Urbana’s Market at the Square was ideal.  The Farmer’s Market is one of the premier community-building events in CU, bringing together residents of all ages and backgrounds over food, entertainment, activities, and – most of all – a love of CU.


Art at the Market is a monthly series of free workshops and performances at the Farmer’s Market sponsored by the Urbana Public Arts Program and the Illinois Council for the Arts.




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