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Because of a number of personal and professional commitments during June, RBH will not be starting at the Pike Central Farmers Market until July. From that point on, look for us on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month in the REI parking lot at Pike & Rose.

Interested in volunteering with RBH, but don’t know how? Obviously, it’s always great to have people with mechanical experience helping at events where people need something on their bikes fixed or adjusted, but that’s not the only place you can help us with our mission to connect the community... Read more

Happy Spring! Sort of?! I know the weather has been unpredictable, but we hope you’ve been able to get out and do some riding despite that. As usual for this time of year, we have been sorting through kids bikes at our storage locations and preparing for the Rockville TERRIFIC program.

A group called Cycling Savvy has courses and videos on safe cycling on the road. Check them out here:

Another good site is I Am Traffic:

The Trek Store in Rockville has an event coming up we thought people would be interested in. Register here through EventBrite:

Get a cool RBH t-shirt and help us raise funds for parts and tools at the same time. Go to:

Last Friday, December 2nd, Catalyst USA ran a team building event with the Montgomery County HR department. The final part of that event was putting together ten nice new Jamis kids bikes.

Some of the children who received bikes through the Rockville TERRIFIC program joint the Rockville Bike Advisory Committee and marched in the Rockville Memorial Day Parade Monday.Smiles and shiny bikes were in abundance.

During March and April, our volunteers collected bikes for the Rockville TERRIFIC bike giveaway. Many of them needed some amount of repair or adjustment, and during about six work sessions our volunteers got a total of 62 bikes ready for the giveaway on May 15th.