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Help Featherstone Two Wheels Green Delivery upgrade equipment

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Please consider donating to Laurie Featherstone’s bike delivery service.  She’s a great person and provides a great service.  I use as much as I can when I have I Bike T.O. shirts that need delivery.

There’s a great list of “perks” for the campaign too, that’ll get you stuff for throwing a few dollars Laurie’s way.

This campaign will allow me to raise funds for new equipment that will take the rigors of 60-100km days on all sorts of road conditions with loads sometimes as high as 400lbs.  The second set of equipment will be important when I have contracts or especially busy seasons and need to have another person on quality well maintained equipment.  

With your help the capital raised will allow me to carry heavier loads, go further and to have an extra person help using reliable, efficient equipment.

Indiegogo Campaign: Featherstone Two Wheels Green Delivery – Equipment upgrades for bike business | Indiegogo.

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