Together this group of very mechanically savvy individuals work together from noon to six in the evening helping people fix up old bikes, make repairs, organize the shop and make it fun to be there.
Above: there are literally hundreds of bicycles in the warehouse.
<-- Bob Girodano, the proud owner of Free Cycles.
The Free Cycles shop is located on 1st street, at the very end, in the back of a secluded neighborhood. At first glance it may seem to be nothing out of the ordinary, but the music may engulf you when you open the door. My first day there and many days after were accompanied by genres including (but not limited to) punk rock, opera, classic rock, and some types I cannot describe. Some people like to come in and just wanderer around searching for bike parts and others come in to get serious work done. I have to admit it is comical to observe the different types of people who step foot into Free Cycles.
Below: People working on children's bikes.
There are literally hundreds of bicycles in the warehouse. It is common to see people helping each other out at Free Cycles, partly because the employees feel no need to play dress up; they are very personable and down-to-earth individuals.
(Above: A typical tool line up in the shop)