Is your bike making a creaking sound? Pop-up bike stations across Metro Vancouver will be offering basic maintenance service until Sunday, June 4.
Locations include Vancouver downtown and Mount Pleasant, as well as Richmond, Surrey, and Coquitlam.
The campaign is part of HUB Cycling’s spring go by bike week. Check out the detailed schedule and location on its website.
Get ready for Day 2 of #GoByBike Week! 🚴♀️❤️
Join a group ride and stop by our 5 Celebration Stations on Tuesday, May 30 for free basic bike maintenance, coffee, snacks, cycling maps, and a chance to connect with the community.
— HUB Cycling (@WeAreHub) May 29, 2023
Most of the stations will be offering snacks and coffee in the morning. If basic maintenance is not enough of a safety net, the station at Open Way Community Church in East Vancouver will also be offering bike blessings on Wednesday, May 31.
Fancy purchasing an e-bike in wake of the new rebate program? Hop on a free test ride at Iron Workers Bridge in North Vancouver on Wednesday, May 31, or Trout Lake Park on Saturday, June 3.
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HUB Cycling said they wish to encourage more people to cycle for commuting purposes than just a day-off leisure activity.
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