Ever have an old bike laying around that needs a little fixin’, but you don’t know how? Or maybe you want to just get rid of it, but want it to go to good use for someone? Well, look no further… Broke Spoke in Lexington KY is an all volunteer run Community Bike Shop that allows you to do all of the above and more! You can donate bikes in need of repair, as I did with this one that a tenant had left behind…
You can go there on Wednesday nights and learn how to fix bikes- and even rent space and tools to work on your own bike, get instruction on bike repair, or whatever it is that floats your boat…or shall we say, rides your bike? Broke Spoke in Lexington Ky is run by four or five key volunteers who do it all. Besides the Wednesday night shop activity, Broke Spoke is open to the public on Thursday nights and Sunday afternoons.
Looking to buy a used, reconditioned bike? Look no further than Broke Spoke! They have a large variety of bikes and knowledgeable people to assist you with your purchase. The bike donations, repair, space rental and volunteers all combine to make a beautiful reflection of what makes Lexington KY a unique and welcoming community.
Broke Spoke in Lexington KY is located at 501 W. Sixth Street, behind West Sixth Brewery. In fact, there is a certain vibrant energy that seems to permeate this mixed use former warehouse structure known as The Breadbox. West Sixth Street is a community-minded venture, offering use of its space once a week on Wednesday nights for free Yoga classes by AnneDean Dotson.
Besides Broke Spoke, this building is also home to The Plantory, an innovative and energizing coworking hub that fosters collaboration and nurtures growth for positive, passionate, and community-minded businesses and nonprofit organizations. And yet a ‘third wheel’ in this hub of community-minded business is Foodchain, a nonprofit that provides education and hands-on training for indoor sustainable food production and processing. If you’re enjoying a beer at West Sixth Brewery and decide to order some food from the adjoining Smithtown Seafood’s farm-to-table menu, chances are that a portion of your meal price will be donated to Foodchain as well.
Wanna walk to all this cool stuff from where you live? Real estate is also hoppin’ all around the North Limestone/ N.Upper/ N. Broadway corridor and this W. Sixth area. Here’s some of the available properties for sale in zip code 40508.
If you need help searching out a special place of your own, catch me after Wednesday night’s Yoga class and we can discuss it over a brew at W. Sixth!If you’re buying or selling a home in Lexington Ky or moving to Lexington Ky, be sure to contact Ivan ‘Z’ Newell and the LexHomes Team for assistance with Lexington KY real estate. 'Z' and the LexHomes team members are 'Loving Lexington!" and loving to assist people in search of homes for sale, Kentucky horse farms or investment properties in Lexington, KY and surrounding areas. If you'd like more information on a real estate career with LexHomes Real Estate, we're always looking for more dedicated real estate agents! Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (859) LEX-HOME (539-4663) today!