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We are proud to support a number of cycling organizations and events.

 

Cycling Without Age

Cycling Without Age works to improve the lives of the elderly in Victoria by promoting intergenerational relationships and providing seniors with an opportunity to connect with neighbours, nature and fresh air.

Cycling Without Age Victoria launched during Bike to Work Week 2017.  Victoria’s is the sixth chapter in Canada, and the first in British Columbia!

The Fairfield Bicycle Shop maintains the trishaw at the nearby Cook Street Village Activity Centre.

 

Victoria Tweed Ride

The Fairfield Bicycle Shop has been a sponsor of this whimsical ride since its inception in 2010. Dozens of riders dressed in period clothing and riding classic bikes, pedal a scenic route through town. The ride ends at a park with an English-style picnic and music playing from a Victrola.

Seriously, this worldwide event raises money for Bicycles For Humanity, providing the gift of mobility to many people in developing countries.

Visit their website to find out more – and see more photos & videos!

 

Bike Freedom 50+

The Fairfield Bicycle Shop is the proud sponsor of Bike Freedom 50+ – a new program aimed at encouraging those 50+ years young to take up cycling – even for the first time! A variety of informative workshops, bike skills development classes and recreational rides along with the advice and assistance of friendly and knowledgeable staff, provides everything a new older rider needs to get riding!

 

Joyriding

The shop also partners with Joyriding, a local small business that teaches new and beginner cyclists of any age how to ride a bike. One-on-one lessons are customized to suit an individual’s skill level. A bike and helmet are provided if needed.

 

Bike Skills Park for Kids

The shop also partners with Joyriding, a local small business that teaches new and beginner cyclists of any age how to ride a bike. One-on-one lessons are customized to suit an individual’s skill level. A bike and helmet are provided if needed.

 

Our Neighbourhood Schools

We love seeing more kids on bikes! There are two elementary schools near the shop: Sir James Douglas (kitty corner from the shop) and Margaret Jenkins down Fairfield Road. We do free bike inspections, donate prizes and offer support during events such as Bike to School Week.

 

Thou shalt not steal another’s bicycle.

Bicycle Registration with the Victoria Police

To help keep your bike safe, obtain a Bike Registry form at the Fairfield Bicycle Shop. When you present it at the Police Department, your bike will be entered in a region-wide database. You will also be given a sticker that identifies it as being registered.

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