May 22, 2015


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Cycle of Giving

Pat Krawec the Executive Director at The Wrench, a bicycle repair education and cycling hub, stands among the finished bikes during the Cycle of Giving at the Atomic Centre on Logan Avenue.
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Greg Allan a volunteer with The Wrench and Oriels Bike Cage brings in his next patient during the Cycle of Giving at the Atomic Centre on Logan Avenue. 
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Nathan Wild a volunteer with The Wrench brings a fixed bicycle out to the storage yard during the Cycle of Giving at the Atomic Centre on Logan Avenue. 
Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press
Dozens of mechanics have been working for the last twenty-four hours fixing up over 200 bicycles for Winnipeg children in need during the second annual Cycle of Giving event at the Atomic Centre on Logan Avenue.
Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press
Jason Carter the past president of the Manitoba Cycling Association works on a bike during the Cycle of Giving at the Atomic Centre on Logan Avenue. 
Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press
Geoff Heath the mechanical director at The Wrench, a bicycle repair education and cycling hub, works on fixing some spokes during the Cycle of Giving at the Atomic Centre on Logan Avenue. 
Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press
Seth Belmore (left), 12, and Dave Dorning the coordinator of the University of Winnipeg Students Association Bike Lab work on a bike together during the Cycle of Giving at the Atomic Centre on Logan Avenue. 
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Seth Belmore (left), 12, of the University of Winnipeg Students Association Bike Lab tests out a bike he fixed during the Cycle of Giving at the Atomic Centre on Logan Avenue. 
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Seth Belmore (left), 12, of the University of Winnipeg Students Association Bike Lab holds up one of the bikes he fixed for a photo his friend Dave Dorning is taking during the Cycle of Giving at the Atomic Centre on Logan Avenue. 
Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press
Pat Krawec the Executive Director at The Wrench, a bicycle repair education and cycling hub, stands among the finished bikes during the Cycle of Giving at the Atomic Centre on Logan Avenue. Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press -
Greg Allan a volunteer with The Wrench and Oriels Bike Cage brings in his next patient during the Cycle of Giving at the Atomic Centre on Logan Avenue. Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press -
Nathan Wild a volunteer with The Wrench brings a fixed bicycle out to the storage yard during the Cycle of Giving at the Atomic Centre on Logan Avenue. Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press -
Dozens of mechanics have been working for the last twenty-four hours fixing up over 200 bicycles for Winnipeg children in need during the second annual Cycle of Giving event at the Atomic Centre on Logan Avenue. Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press -
Jason Carter the past president of the Manitoba Cycling Association works on a bike during the Cycle of Giving at the Atomic Centre on Logan Avenue. Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press -
Geoff Heath the mechanical director at The Wrench, a bicycle repair education and cycling hub, works on fixing some spokes during the Cycle of Giving at the Atomic Centre on Logan Avenue. Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press -
Seth Belmore (left), 12, and Dave Dorning the coordinator of the University of Winnipeg Students Association Bike Lab work on a bike together during the Cycle of Giving at the Atomic Centre on Logan Avenue. Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press -
Seth Belmore (left), 12, of the University of Winnipeg Students Association Bike Lab tests out a bike he fixed during the Cycle of Giving at the Atomic Centre on Logan Avenue. Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press -
Seth Belmore (left), 12, of the University of Winnipeg Students Association Bike Lab holds up one of the bikes he fixed for a photo his friend Dave Dorning is taking during the Cycle of Giving at the Atomic Centre on Logan Avenue. Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press -

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