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The Pedal Factory, Salisbury NC<br>
 
The Pedal Factory, Salisbury NC<br>
  https://www.thepedalfactory.org/ <br>
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  http://www.thepedalfactory.org/ <br>
 
  info@thepedalfactory.org <br>
 
  info@thepedalfactory.org <br>
 
<p>Founded 2015, The Pedal Factory began with the goal of including all individuals as potential cyclists. We think everyone should have a bike, regardless of income, age, or background. We believe the Salisbury community is a great place to be a cyclist, with the means to really use a bike for necessary daily commutes, just for fun and fitness, or for both. We hope to see more kids riding to school alongside their parents, and we want to help make that happen. We have a vision of a collaborative work space, where qualified volunteers help people from all walks of life learn to build and maintain their bikes. </p>
 
<p>Founded 2015, The Pedal Factory began with the goal of including all individuals as potential cyclists. We think everyone should have a bike, regardless of income, age, or background. We believe the Salisbury community is a great place to be a cyclist, with the means to really use a bike for necessary daily commutes, just for fun and fitness, or for both. We hope to see more kids riding to school alongside their parents, and we want to help make that happen. We have a vision of a collaborative work space, where qualified volunteers help people from all walks of life learn to build and maintain their bikes. </p>
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   Salisbury, NC 28145<br></p>
 
   Salisbury, NC 28145<br></p>
 
<p>info@thepedalfactory.org</p>
 
<p>info@thepedalfactory.org</p>
 
 
 
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== Contact Info ==
 
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  The Pedal Factory
 
  P.O. BOX 2353
 
  Salisbury, NC 28145
 
 
 
  info@thepedalfactory.org
 
 
== History ==
 
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  The Pedal Factory began with the goal of including all individuals as potential cyclists. We think everyone should have a bike, regardless of income, age, or background. We believe the Salisbury community is a great place to be a cyclist, with the means to really use a bike for necessary daily commutes, just for fun and fitness, or for both. We hope to see more kids riding to school alongside their parents, and we want to help make that happen. We have a vision of a collaborative workspace, where qualified volunteers help people from all walks of life learn to build and maintain their bikes.
 
 
== Services Offered ==
 
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  We offer Earn-A-Bike to kids and adults. We also offer How to Ride classes
 
  for children who want to ditch the training wheels, plus "refresher" courses for
 
  adults who want to start riding again.
 
 
 
  During our shop hours, we are available to assist and instruct the community
 
  on how to best maintain and care for their bikes.
 
 
 
  We advocate for bicycle infrastructure in the city to make riding accessible and safe.
 
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Latest revision as of 07:26, 1 November 2018

The Pedal Factory, Salisbury NC

http://www.thepedalfactory.org/ 
info@thepedalfactory.org

Founded 2015, The Pedal Factory began with the goal of including all individuals as potential cyclists. We think everyone should have a bike, regardless of income, age, or background. We believe the Salisbury community is a great place to be a cyclist, with the means to really use a bike for necessary daily commutes, just for fun and fitness, or for both. We hope to see more kids riding to school alongside their parents, and we want to help make that happen. We have a vision of a collaborative work space, where qualified volunteers help people from all walks of life learn to build and maintain their bikes.

Currently, we offer Earn-A-Bike programs for kids and adults. Collaborating with the local Parks & Recreation Department, we offer classes to kids who are trying to ditch their training wheels. We offer classes through the local YMCA to adults who want to learn how to ride or ride more comfortably in the city.

Over the next year, we anticipate expanding our offerings to include mobile workshops to teach basic maintenance at neighborhood centers. We will continue and add to our social rides, providing an opportunity to meet and ride with others at a comfortable, non-competitive space.

To contact The Pedal Factory:

The Pedal Factory
P.O. BOX 2353
Salisbury, NC 28145

info@thepedalfactory.org