Local storytelling series Secretly Y’all brings first bike-themed festival to former GRTC bus depot by RVA Magazine



2014 Annual Overview

Thank you to all of the organizations, individual donors, and volunteers who made this possible!


Richmond Women’s Cycling Summit


Benefit Bike Ride!!!!!!


Brookland Park Boulevard Centennial Celebration

Centennial Celebration Poster

Join us on July 19th from 8am-11am for a clean up of our NEW SHOP! at 10 E. Brookland Park Boulevard. The city is providing trucks, bags, and gloves to help us clean the boulevard in preparation for the Centennial Celebration on July 26 noon-4. We need volunteers to pull up carpet, weeds, general debris, and to figure out how to remove a living tree from the back wall. Come see our new space to bear witness to a dilapidated building transformed into a bike coop/coffee shop!


Ashby Benefit Sale!


For the month of May, Ashby is supporting Rag and Bones through their bin for benefits program. Every item bought from the dollar bin will go to us! So go to Ashby and buy some gently-used clothes!

3010 W. Cary St. (carytown)
M-Th. 10-6
F-Sat. 10-7
Sun. 11-5


Bike-In Theater at Rag & Bones!

Rag & Bones, in conjunction with the Gene Pool Collective, is proud to present a Bike-In Theater Presentation of Manalive: A Play with Musicmanalive posterBelow is the description from the Facebook Event:

Who is Innocent Smith? Is he innocent at all?
Find out in MANALIVE! A fantastic new show about five modern twenty somethings and their new housemate, a jolly, romantic, revolver-toting vagabond named Innocent Smith.
However, their new friend harbors a dark secret, a secret that could be murder.

Written, cast, and produced by The Gene Pool Collective!

The Bike in Theater will be taking place at Rag & Bones, 3110 W. Leigh Street, on Saturday April 26th. The play begins at 6pm, so please arrive on time! It is free, and all those who bike there will be entered to win a patch! See you there!

Support Rag & Bones Co-op in North Side!

We are excited to announce our partnership with Nehemiah Community Development Corporation, who generously asked us to join them in an effort to revitalize Brookland Park Boulevard in Richmond. We will be working hard to open another bicycle cooperative space, as well as a cafe! The first step in this process will be going through city council to approve the renovations to the building and the project as a whole. PLEASE come out in support of your local bicycle cooperative on MONDAY MARCH 24th at 6pm, City Council is held at 900 E. Broad, Suite 305. Below is a preliminary layout of what we hope for the space to look like:


Hopefully we will see you Monday!


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