Started this discussion. Last reply by Shawn A Conley May 30, 2020.
Hey Chainlinkers,Working Bikes just opened our webstore, specializing in hard-to-find, obscure, exciting, and new old…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Alan Lloyd Mar 16, 2018.
Hey Chainlinkers! Working Bikes will be celebrating our 18th anniversary party on Monday 11/6 at Lagunitas Brewery. Tickets are $35 and available…Continue
Started Oct 28, 2017
Hey chainlinkers.We have 3 open positions at Working Bikes. Here's the information! - Cashier- This job is temporary and part-time. English/Spanish fluency is a must. Wed + Thurs 12-7pm, Fri + Sat…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Aaron Jones Apr 23, 2015.
thanks, I'm not sure how that happened, will try to stop by tomorrow. I'll be ok and thanks.
How did the first open shop go? I wanted to come but I had too much going on that day. I live 2 blocks from WBC.
Where did I get the neighborhood boundaries? Dunno, various maps. Heart of Chicago is definitely not a neighborhood within Pilsen-- I think you're thinking of what they've recently been calling "Heart of Italy" around 25th and Oakley.
Pilsen/Little Village would be much more fair than calling it Pilsen. Pilsen extends from Canal to Ashland E/W and from the tracks at 14th-16th to the canal corridor N-S.
From Ashland out to 2500 W. is Heart of Chicago, which got its name from being in the exact center of the city.
Glad to see this programming.
Did the Sunday open shop happen again, or was it a one-time thing?
FYI the current Working Bikes location is not in Pilsen; from Ashland west to the tracks behind WBC the neighborhood is Heart of Chicago. You're only a block from the start of Little Village so you could more accurately refer to it as being in Little Village if you're afraid nobody's heard of Heart of Chicago.
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