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From brakes to bottom brackets, the Cabrillo Bike Coop has been providing space, tools and knowledge to students, faculty and community members for more than a decade. The Bike Coop is located beneath the cafeteria on the Aptos campus, in room 913c.
The Coop also hosts events, including group bike rides and movie nights.
Send us an email:
CabrilloBikeCo-op (at) googlegroups.com
|1.||Club officers must be currently enrolled, have at least a 1.0 cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA), must maintain 1/2 unit, have a current Cabrillo ASCC card, and must not be on academic or social probation.|
|2.||Officers will be President, Vice-President/ICC Representative, Secretary, and Treasurer. Club elections will be held no later than the 6th week of each semester.|
|3.||The election will be done by vote by club members attended at least two meetings.|
|2.||Vice President/ICC Rep||
|2.||Duties of theCo-operators||
|1.||All elected officers may be subjected to impeachment and removal by a two-thirds majority vote of the total membership.|
|2.||Grounds for impeachment are negligence and any form of misconduct which is damaging to the club. An officer/member may be impeached/removed only under the following conditions: there must be a quorum present during impeachment/removal; two-thirds of the membership must vote; prior to impeachment/removal there must be one week’s notice of intent publicized.|
|3.||Replacement of officer(s) shall be filled in the following manner (Line of succession – in absence of President, Vice - President, Secretary and Treasurer.)|
|1.||There must be public notice on the club board at least three (3) school days in advance.|
|2.||There must be a meeting at least once a month held at Cabrillo.|
|3.||There must be a quorum (a quorum is 50 percent plus 1 of the Club officers) present in order to take care of financial action.|
|4.||Minutes must be kept of all financial action with the club secretary.|
|5.||The treasurer will need to coordinate with the bookkeeper to make an oral report at least once a month at the meeting.|
|1.||The standing committees of this club shall be appointed as necessary|
|1.||This club accepts full financial responsibility for all activities that bear its name as official sponsor, and will adhere to college regulations. All publicity for an event must bear the name of the sponsoring club.|
|1.||Any club officer, club member does not have the right to incur any debt or become involved in any business under the title or by implying the title of a club in any way unless given full authority to do so by the club.|
|1.||Any amendment change requires a two-thirds vote at a general meeting, copies distributed to all clubs, ICC Officers, Secretary and Student Activities Coordinator.|
We will meet at the Co-op under the Cafeteria on a Friday, December TBD, 2019
10:00 am: Come to the shop and sign-up, pump-up and gear-up 10:30 am: Rolling!
We will ride to the Cabrillo Watsonville Campus arriving around 12:00 to pick up south county riders and ride on through the sloughs and along the river to: Gizdich Ranch at 55 Peckham Rd, in Watsonville where at least 10 different kinds of pie are waiting for us!
The co-operators are both bike mechanics and "educators" who will teach you the basics of bike maintenance, repair, and even help you build a bike from frames & parts found at the shop (or community).
Pablo, Dani, Kurt, James
Pete, Tiffany, David, James, Nik, Ethan
Kyle, Pete, Jamie, Mariah, Aaron L., Eric
Aaron S, Nic A., Sylvia, Alex, Hilde, Kemen, Victor, Jerry
Volunteer as a mechanic
Core members of the Bike Cooperative volunteer their time to run the shop; we can't operate without them. As an incentive, core members are offered free membership for their service.
Core members get other fringe benefits, too: dibs on quality parts and components, free food and coffee (or yerba maté), and a little bit of storage space. For more information, walk into the cooperative during open hours, or attend one of our meetings.
UPDATE: Beginning Spring Semester 2011, volunteers are able to get shop credit for (only) used parts in exchange for their time spent doing specific tasks according to a to-do list in the shop.
Simply log your hours on the volunteer clip board. This information will be kept in a spreadsheet along with a record of parts to be exchanged for this time.