Massey Bike Drop Repairs16 Apr 2017, Posted by Brampton Cycling, Brampton Kids on Bikes, Region of Peel Cycling in
Bike donations doubled this year at Massey Bike Drop Repairs!
Massey Street Public School families rallied to Massey Bike Drop Repairs night April 13th. BikeBrampton volunteers made minor repairs for Massey School Bike Swap Apr 25th.
Massey has a goal to provide free bikes to as many kids as possible. Bikes are saved from backyards, garages and landfill.
Proud kids outgrew their bikes and hope to trade in for a larger size when they return on Apr 25th 6-8pm. Bike Swap 2017 Flyer
This boy learned to ride on bike he received at Massey Bike Swap last year! He wanted a photo to keep memories of an important ‘first’ in his life.
Mobile Pro Bicycle Repairs technician Peter Bolton volunteered with fellow BikeBrampton members. They are making minor repairs on donated bikes for Massey Bike Swap. Peter’s moto is “On yer bike… working to get more people on bikes more often”. Peter will come to local residents! If you need a bike repair, you can contact him at 416-419-1420 or email@example.com
BikeBrampton Chair David Laing inflates tires of donated bike.
Massey parents getting tickets for donated bikes from chief organizer, Ranger Lorie. They can choose a replacement at the Massey Bike Swap. Of course, BikeBrampton members encourage them to register for Bike the Creek, June 24th!
Repaired bikes are ‘test-driven’ to ensure reasonable working condition…
David wheels the ‘princess’ bike to temporary storage…
Thanks to administrators at Massey Street Public School and Ranger Lorie for all the efforts to ensure kids can get bikes and be able to bike to school! BikeBrampton is so pleased to be able to support this cause. Of course, Massey St PS is registered for Peel Bike to School Week!
Massey School Bike Swap Apr 25th
Come on out for Massey’s Spring into Health Open House on Apr 25th for Massey School Bike Swap. BikeBrampton will be showing Peel School Safety Videos. An outdoor classroom will be held in Massey Park, behind the school. Toronto and Region Conservation will be on hand to discuss their stewardship programs at Heart Lake. Brampton Libraries and Peel Walk + Roll will have booths.