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I Bike T.O. Shirts are on SALE!

Free I Bike T.O. shirts!Hey there, If you missed out on one of the free I Bike T.O. shirts over in the Cycle Toronto Refer-a-Rider campaign (you can still join up and win prizes), now is your chance.  They are on sale!

Until November 1st, I Bike T.O. shirts are on sale for $20-23 (the womens and kids sizes cost me a bit more).

This price includes all taxes and shipping (regularly, this works out to $30+).  You’ll get Toronto’s coolest cycling accessory delivered right to you.  AND, if you live in the old City of Toronto, chances are your shirt will be delivered by BIKE by Laurie of Featherstone Two Wheels Green Delivery!

After Nov. 1, I’ll be sending all the shirt orders to the printer.  You should have yours by early December. On this page you’ll find Paypal shopping cart buttons that let you select your style (Mens, Womens or Child), size and colour.  The size charts and colours are linked.

Remember that these will be getting to you right before Christmas, and people will LOVE YOU FOREVER if you get them one as a present. Especially if they love biking.

Click here to go get a cheap awesome I Bike T.O. shirt.

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