Sean Anley from Skookum Cycle & Ski gives a cyclist a free tune-up at the Bike to Work Week Celebration Station in Grizzly Plaza on Monday morning. BTWW runs from May 29 to June 4 and the Celebration Stations run in the plaza and at Queen Victoria Hospital until Friday, June 2, from 6:45–9 a.m. You can get your bike tuned-up, enjoy a coffee and snack, enter a prize draw and get your Revelstoke Cycling Association membership while you’re there. ~ Photo by Rob Stokes, Revelstoke Review

Photo: Revelstoke geared up for Bike to Work Week

Bike to Work Week runs from May 29 to June 4.

Sean Anley from Skookum Cycle & Ski gives a cyclist a free tune-up at the Bike to Work Week Celebration Station in Grizzly Plaza on Monday morning. BTWW runs from May 29 to June 4 and the Celebration Stations run in the plaza and at Queen Victoria Hospital until Friday, June 2, from 6:45–9 a.m. You can get your bike tuned-up, enjoy a coffee and snack, enter a prize draw and get your Revelstoke Cycling Association membership while you’re there. ~ Photo by Rob Stokes, Revelstoke Review

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