Xilinx will be installing a copper compressed air line with station drops at Good Karma Bikes, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing safe and reliable bicycle transportation for those in-need, from August 26 to August 29.
In addition to installing the compressed air line, the volunteers will also be building a 20-foot retail wall for us behind the workstations. They will install the slat board.
Xilinx will also send a second group of volunteers in mid September to help us pilot a transition from our current style of bicycle rehabilitation where an individual mechanic does a complete rehabilitation to an assembly line style of bicycle rehabilitation.
Cisco Systems will be supporting our shop's infrastructure with their volunteers in September.