It was a rather cold and miserable day, but we actually had just the right number of people drop by with their bikes in the morning to keep our volunteer mechanics Chris and Joan quite busy. At noon Malcolm took over from Joan, but it wasn't as busy in the afternoon. We also got help from Miles and his daughter Chantelle.
The Haney Farmers Market was celebrating its 10th anniversary, so we all got some yummy carrot cake. I also had shopping coupons to hand out to the first 25 cyclists to arrive at the Bandstand (thank you Haney Farmers Market!). I gave away most of them.
Here are some pictures:
|We were nice and dry in the Bandstand|
|Chris and Fred are having a talk about gears|
|Miles and Chantelle manning the HUB booth|
|Joan adjusting some brakes|
|Chris talking to a cyclist who's just about to depart on a solo cycling trip to Mexico|
|Chris fine-tuning some gears|
|Bill Archibald, a.k.a. the "Trail Boss" of the Haney Horsemen, dropped off some special bikes for next year's Cycle Recycle|