A random professor helped me fix my bike! + more on transportation around Amherst and the Five College Consortium | Campus Tour 2019
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So I had a great little amorous moment a second ago. I was trying to fix my bike outside my dorm and oppressor walked by and asked me how it was going. Since my bike was so rusty, it wasn't running at all. So he went up to his office and got some W w d forty and help me get my bike running again. So that just goes to show that and this really is a like a tight knit community and from the professor's really are there to help you, even if it's just to help fix your bike. I would recommend having a bike on campus not to get around, because, you know there are some pretty big pills like the one I'm walking down right now, And campus is so small you don't really need a bikes to get around anyways. We do have a really nice bike path running behind campus. I'll bring you there later, and it can run about ten miles in one direction and foreign the other. In one direction that will take you to North Hanson. Pretty busy little town with a lot of hip little cafes. They're called Smith because we're part of a five colleges for some consortium waken take classes on. He has four other colleges get books from the senator so that could be helpful to have a bike. Because even though we don't have, even though we do have a nice bus system, sometimes you just don't know Wait for that. Sometimes it's a lot more efficient just to bike. Other pros of having a bike on campus are being able to go to the grocery store. WalMart and Trader Joe's and Whole Foods kind of mall section in the same direction as North Hampton on the bike path and being able, just tow, take a quick little fifteen minute bike ride. There is very convenient, so I would recommend, but it's not necessary.