Bike Project appreciates support

At the Bellows Falls Bike Project, our mission is simple, yet profound: to provide the Greater Falls community a space for all to access bicycles, learn bike repair, and safe riding skills. Our vision is a flourishing culture of bicycling as a means of alternative transportation, self-sufficiency and overall wellness.

Our organization, fueled by the dedication of volunteers and staff, and supported by generous donations and grants, endeavors to make cycling accessible to all members of our greater community.

Thank you for your support, enthusiasm, and solidarity. It means a lot to us as we continue our mission and expand our services.

As advocates for local economies and sustainable living, we emphasize the importance of supporting businesses within our region. Putney is home to vibrant local businesses, and we urge you to consider them for your cycling needs.

Specifically, we encourage you to visit the West Hill Shop for e-bike and new bike purchases. Not only does the West Hill Shop offer quality products and top-notch service, but they also share our commitment to fostering a thriving local cycling community.

However, we understand that purchasing a new bicycle may not be feasible for everyone. That's where we come in.

At the Bellows Falls Bike Project, we offer repair services and a diverse selection of exclusively used bicycles. We take great care to clean and repair donated bikes so they are ready for reuse. Whether you're in need of a tune-up, a new-to-you ride, or just some friendly advice, our dedicated team is here to assist you.

We invite you to visit our website to learn more about our organization, or stop in. We believe that by working together and supporting one another, we can create a more inclusive, sustainable, and bike-friendly community for all. Volunteers are always welcome, no matter what your skill level.

We look forward to seeing you on the roads and trails of Putney and Bellows Falls.

Bellows Falls Community Bike Project

Bellows Falls

Daniel Hoviss//Bonnie Anderson

This letter to the editor was submitted to The Commons.

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