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Originally Posted by Roody View Post
Let's start a listing of any bike co-ops, collectives and bike kitchens.

AllenG said that he will make this thread into a sticky thread, so let's try to make it a good permanent resource for transportation cyclists all over the world.
Roody, please update the first post, listing the states going down in a list in alphabetical order with links



Originally Posted by hairnet View Post
There a few spread out in LA which is nice because a lot of people in the city has access to one.



http://www.bikerowave.org/
Just be aware that Tuesdays are "Ladies Night" so no men are allowed.

http://www.bicyclekitchen.com/

http://bikeoven.com/

http://www.valleybikery.com/

The Bikerowave and Bicycle Kitchen are located across the street from LA Brakeless and Orange 20, respectively. The Bicycle Kitchen is a great place if you have very little money because they do not require you to pay for anything, but that's no reason to get greedy. Bikerowave has an agreement with Santa Monica College for stand time. If you are currently a student mention it when you log your time because SMC pays for your stand time. I don't really know anything about the Valley Bikery or Bike Oven.
do you know of any in OC?
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