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Learn all about cycling with workshops

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Grab your helmet - it's bike week June 18 to 23.

The communities of Fort Richmond, University Heights, and the University of Manitoba are giving residents a chance to learn more about cycling, their bikes, and how to maintain them.

The three events throughout the week are free and include a skills workshop, biking to work, learning about your bike.

June 21 is Bike to Work Day in Winnipeg, this event will show participants routes and safe procedures when biking in traffic.

The Learning About Your Bike workshop will feature local mechanics who will teach about bike maintenance. Refreshments and prizes are also available.

Registration is required for the June 18 skills workshop. For more information call Adam (204) 925-3774 or visit greenactioncentre.ca

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