OARA aka Dan’s Mobile Repair
Is back for 2013!
Don’t let a flat tire or broken chain keep you from getting to work during Bike to Work Week. Outdoor Addictions is offering a mobile bike service available Monday May 27th - Thursday May 30. From 7 am to 8:30 am call Dan Clements at 250-286-1184 and he will come and get you going again, for FREE!
Now that you’ve created a team it’s time to sign up as many team members as possible, and eventually, to track the kilometres your team rides during Bike to Work Week. Below are links to two versions of participant sign up sheets that can be used for this purpose.
Happy & Safe Riding, and please contact Mark or Martin with any questions.
With Bike to Work Week underway, we are just starting to get all of the photos organized!
Did our photographer get your capture your bike pride?
What a great turnout again today.. being that we are at the other end of the City…Thank you to all the cyclists who ventured our way and to the Oasis Church for the use of their grounds and allowing us to get the coffee ready on time… thanks Phil. 65 Cyclists turned out today and we all got the opportunity to view the Draft Cycling Plan and meet the people behind the scenes.
Another great morning - with 112 cyclists signing in and enjoying Cherry Hill Coffee, Nature Fare Tea and The Bench food.
Big Thank you to Perrin Orthodontics for use of your lawn.
Also a big thank you to our volunteers who are coming out each morning to help with set up at 5:30 and with the morning duties. WIthout you, where would we be.
This local Campbell River family bikes every where! Way to go Loebs! Check out their video.
When you stop by one of our Celebration Stations tomorrow, be sure to get your photo snapped by our photographer and enter to win this year’s ‘Best Dressed Cyclist’ prize! She can be found at Spruceland Mall and Handsome Cabin Boy Tattoo between 7:30 and 9:30am. See you then!
Another great morning, with 114 cyclists visiting the Celebration Station on the corner of Carmi and Government. Big thank you to the First Baptist Church for letting us use their grounds and to plug in for coffee preparation. A few cyclist had trouble finding the location but with determination hung in there and rolled in with a smile.