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Photos from the DECA Bikes Tune-Up Workshop

This past Saturday, DECA Bikes (from the Danforth East Community Association) had their first Tune-Up Workshop in the Danforth Mennonite Church just east of Woodbine and Danforth.

I was able to pop on by late in the day to say hi and I’m glad to report they had a ton of people show up over the 5 hours, and they have another Tune-Up Workshop planned for early May (if I’m remembering correctly).  I’ll make sure to let you know when they schedule another workshop.

I took a few photos on Saturday to share with you:

DECA Bikes Tune-Up Workshop

Danforth Mennonite Church - a nice little church from back when the Danforth was more residential

DECA Bikes Tune-Up Workshop

Directions to the Workshop

DECA Bikes Tune-Up Workshop

The Workshop Space

DECA Bikes Tune-Up Workshop

Teaching Tune-Ups

DECA Bikes Tune-Up Workshop

Talking Tires

If you’re interested in learning more about DECA Bikes, you can check out the DECA Bikes Group here on BikingToronto, or contact Jamie Thiers
at 416-587-7204 after 3 pm or email jamiethiers@gmail.com

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