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Cyclists Allen Henderson, left, and Cj Heavey check a map while discussing cycling routes during a stopover at a Bike to Work Week celebration station set up Thursday near the E&N Trail and St. George Street. The Downtown Nanaimo Business Improvement Association, Hub City Cycle Co-op, Cob’s Bread and Starbucks offered up snacks, T-shirts, water bottles and minor bike adjustments to riders passing by on the trail. - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Cyclists Allen Henderson, left, and Cj Heavey check a map while discussing cycling routes during a stopover at a Bike to Work Week celebration station set up Thursday near the E&N Trail and St. George Street. The Downtown Nanaimo Business Improvement Association, Hub City Cycle Co-op, Cob’s Bread and Starbucks offered up snacks, T-shirts, water bottles and minor bike adjustments to riders passing by on the trail.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Cyclists Allen Henderson, left, and Cj Heavey check a map while discussing cycling routes during a stopover at a Bike to Work Week celebration station set up Thursday near the E&N Trail and St. George Street.

The Downtown Nanaimo Business Improvement Association, Hub City Cycle Co-op, Cob’s Bread and Starbucks offered up snacks, T-shirts, water bottles and minor bike adjustments to riders passing by on the trail.

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