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Free bike repair station set up in Co-op car park in Sawbridgeworth to help cyclists, buggy and wheelchair users





Cyclists feeling a little flat as they travel in Sawbridgeworth have a free stop to make sure they can get reinflated.

A free bike repair station has been provided on a wall in the Co-op car park in London Road.

A photo of the station was posted on a Bishop’s Stortford Facebook group, alerting residents to the service, which can help with emergency repairs to bicycles, buggies or wheelchairs.

The free bike repair station on the wall of the Co-op in Sawbridgeworth. Picture: Lorraine Baker (62973885)
The free bike repair station on the wall of the Co-op in Sawbridgeworth. Picture: Lorraine Baker (62973885)

The poster reported that it had “all the tools you need and a pump”, praising it as a good idea.

But one contributor was keen to warn cyclists to ensure they don’t rely on such stations and to have their machines regularly serviced.



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