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Stolen Bike

03 May 2017, Posted by Dayle Laing in Brampton Cycling

BikeBrampton member George Sheppardly tells his Stolen Bike story. Think of this the next time you think about leaving your bike without locking it. You do not want to write your own story about a Stolen Bike. “I own an expensive carbon fibre bicycle. I have cycled over 17,000 Km in the past four years on this bike. I have taken it to the UK twice and the USA once. This year I have ridden over 3,000 Km. On Friday, I had it leaning…

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Baskets and Bunnies Bike Booth. How is that for alliteration for BikeBrampton’s display at Chinguacousy Park? The cold and rain on Easter Weekend could not deter enthusiasm for our bike safety display on Apr 15th. City of Brampton Recreation invited BikeBrampton to encourage safe cycling to the kids there for an Easter egg hunt and face-painting. The Easter bunny was there too! As the weather warmed up, the adult cyclists stopped by on their cycle through Chinguacousy Park. Here was…

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…

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