MSU Bikes Joins MSU Surplus and Recycling Team

John Bieda (R), Service Supervisor and Taylor Allen (L), student mechanic, work at the MSU Bikes Service Center on Tuesday July 17, 2012.
John Bieda (R), Service Supervisor and Taylor Allen (L), student mechanic, work at the MSU Bikes Service Center on Tuesday July 17, 2012.

EAST LANSING, Mich. — MSU Bikes – Michigan State University’s one-stop shop for all things bicycles – is now part of MSU Surplus/Recycling, a move that will not only streamline its booming business but make it easier for Spartans to find and ride a bike.

The re-organization of MSU Bikes from MSU Physical Plant to Surplus/Recycling makes sense in a lot of ways, said S/R’s Kris Jolley.

“It’s going to streamline the business,” he said, “and, at the same time, allow for more access to bikes.”

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Author: Tim Potter

Sustainable Transportation Manager, MSU Bikes Service Center; member of the All University Traffic & Transportation Committee (http://auttc.msu.edu); founding member of MSU Bike Advisory Committee (https://msubikes.wordpress.com/volunteer-donate/msu-bac/); advocate for local & regional non-motorized transportation issues thru the Tri-Co. Bike Assn. Advocacy Committee (http://groups.google.com/group/tcatc); board member of the Ride of Silence (http://www.rideofsilence.org); year-round bicyclist of all sorts; photographer; soccer player; father of 3; married 30 yrs. to Hiromi, Japanese national (daughter of former Natl. Keirin Champion, Seiichi Nishiji); Christ follower.

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