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Bike Winnipeg to hold meeting on Nov. 16

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In this file photo, Mark Cohoe, executive director of Bike Winnipeg, is seen near the corner of Grosvenor Avenue and Stafford Street. The organization is encouraging individuals to attend its upcoming AGM on Nov. 16.

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In this file photo, Mark Cohoe, executive director of Bike Winnipeg, is seen near the corner of Grosvenor Avenue and Stafford Street. The organization is encouraging individuals to attend its upcoming AGM on Nov. 16. Photo Store

Community members are invited to saddle up and head to Bike Winnipeg’s upcoming annual general meeting.

The organization, formerly known as Bike to the Future, will hold its AGM in Antoine-Gaborieau Hall at the Centre culturel franco-manitobain (340 Provencher Blvd.) on Sat., Nov 16 from 1 to 4 p.m.

Organizers say individuals are invited to attend the event and learn about the organization’s efforts to make cycling in Winnipeg a safe, enjoyable, accessible and convenient transportation choice year-round.

The AGM will be followed by a panel discussion of cycling-related issues in St. Boniface and "mix and mingle" session. Snacks and refreshments will be provided. Organizers RSVPs for the event would be appreciated to gauge a sense of numbers, but are not required.

To learn more, visit bikewinnipeg.ca

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