UWSA Bike Lab – Winnipeg, Canada

Isaac Kremer/ September 12, 2017/ placemaking/ 0 comments

The University of Winnipeg Student Association Bike Lab is an on-campus location for students and community members. The lab is inside of two conjoined shipping painters that are artistically painted on the outside. A glass door between the containers provides entry. Established in 2011, the Bike Lab hosts workshops for all skill levels and is open for cyclists to drop in and work on their bikes.

The UWSA Bike Lab is committed to community engagement and being a welcoming and safe neighbourhood meeting/learning space. Special programs, including cycling repair, build-a-bike and cycling safety workshops will be running over the fall and winter terms as well as regular student and community access hours during our drop-in sessions throughout the year.

UWSA Bike Lab website, accessed 12/24/2018
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