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Don’t miss your appointment with Dr Bike

10:39 am, Tuesday, 8th September 2020 - 1 month ago

General

Free bike service workshops are nearly over for another year, and time is running out to book your check up with Dr Bike.

The popular sessions run from May to September each year and offer cyclists a free service and minor repairs, including punctures and adjustments.

The events are organised by the Cycle Hub team, based at Grimsby and Cleethorpes train stations, in partnership with North East Lincolnshire Council and ENGIE.

You can visit Dr Bike at the following locations and dates:

Wednesday 9 September, Waltham Library

Thursday 10 September, Freshney Green, Elder Green, Grimsby

Tuesday 15 September, Butt Lane, Laceby

Wednesday 16 September, Weelsby Wood, Grimsby

Thursday 17 September, Willows Community Church, Grimsby

All events will take place between 3pm and 5:30pm, but could be subject to change.

Visitors can book a 30-minute slot online. Visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/north-east-lincolnshire-council-engie-and-cycle-hub-lincs-30320115450 to book your place and claim a ticket.

Booking is essential and you will need to bring your ticket with you.

Please note due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, a number of social distancing and cleaning measures are in place to allow the events to go ahead safely.

Bikes will be sanitised before being returned to their owners.

Each slot is limited to one person and one bike for adults to support social distancing measures. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Please make sure you attend at your appointed time.

Keep up to date with the latest news on the Dr Bike events at https://www.cyclehublincs.org.uk/events.html, Facebook – CycleHubCIC or on twitter @CyleHubLincs.

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