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 »  Home  »  Community News  »  Brampton Library Presents 'I Like My Bike!'
Brampton Library Presents 'I Like My Bike!'
By Brampton Library | Published  06/30/2013 | Community News | Unrated
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Brampton - Do you like to bike? Want to bring your bike and helmet to PAMA? Yes? Brampton Safe City will be conducting a fun program all about bikes. Learn how to protect yourself from cars and find out if your helmet is adjusted properly. Kids will love riding in our “bike rodeo” where they will learn bike safety through fun activities. Afterwards, Peel Museum Art Gallery and Archives (PAMA) will be leading a bike decorating program where kids can showcase their creativity. Bike related giveaways will encourage them to keep riding all summer long!

The program will be held at the PAMA Building (9 Wellington Street East).

Monday, July 8th, 2-4pm. for children ages 6-9. Register in advance for “I Like My Bike “at any Brampton Library location or by calling 905-796-4636.

Bike Brampton for Youth and Adults

If you’ve thought about commuting by bicycle or would like to add cycling to your fitness regime, join us to learn more about bicycle safety and repair with the experts from Cycle Toronto. Bring in your bike for hands-on bicycle repair training by a mechanic.

Also, learn more about your rights and the laws that govern cyclists. Free copies of Toronto Cyclist Handbook will be distributed.

Join us Monday, July 8th, at the Four Corners Branch in the auditorium from 6:30-8:30. Register for “Bike Brampton” in advance by phone 905-793-4636 or in person at any library branch beginning June 10. Limited space is available.
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