Ready for a little fun in the sun, but in need of a carefree way to tour the sites and sounds of downtown Fort Collins? Look no further than the FC Bike Library. Located at 250 North Mason St., the FC Bike Library is a non-profit organization that rents bikes at little to no cost to anyone in need of a hip ride. Just $10 a day will get you a bicycle, helmet and lock, or stroll around town for no money down during their “free period” from 9am-1pm seven days a week. For those who want a moonlight ride, there is a key drop box and bike rack for after hour returns. For bike and brew lovers, check out the Fort Love Brewers Jamboree on May 16 from 2pm-6pm at Legacy Park, 300 Woodlwan Drive. FC Bike Library will be a beneficiary of the Jamboree, with a portion of tickets and raffle sales going to support their organization. For more info check out www.fcbikelibrary.org or call 970.419.1050. For information on the Fort Love Brewers Jamboree visit brewersjamboree.com or check out FC Bike Libraries Facebook page.
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