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Free bike repair, security and registering marking session in Keyworth

Bike users attending the event will receive advice on how to further protect their cycles from thieves with the use of stronger ‘D’ locks.

Cyclists can get minor repairs on their bikes fixed for free courtesy of Cycling UK and securely marked and registered as part of a safety in Keyworth on Tuesday September 21. 

Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Community Safety team in partnership with Nottinghamshire Police will host the session at the Rectory Field adjacent to Nottingham Road in the village at NG12 5FD from 5pm to 7pm.

Funded by Cycling UK as part of The Big Bike Revival programme, cyclists can drop-in for basic bicycle repairs and safety checks from a qualified bike mechanic and receive the BikeRegister security and register marking as a permanent way to mark a bike’s property and ensure it is returned to the rightful owner if it is stolen.

They can also hear advice on how bikes should always be locked up in a public and well-lit area, on further crime prevention items and free D locks will be available whilst stocks last. 

 

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