Love Brampton Bicycle Clinic Collects, Repairs and Donates 118 Bikes to Families

Posted On Friday July 02, 2021

118 Brampton residents, young and young again, received refurbished bicycles this past weekend from the Love Brampton Bicycle Clinic.

Members of the Peel Regional Police Divisional Mobilization Unit, who co-host the Love Brampton Bicycle Clinic with Love Brampton, Bramalea Baptist Church, and Heart Lake Baptist Church, have spent time this past spring reaching out internally within our organization to collect used bicycles for the program. 

This program focuses on giving Brampton residents access to transportation where there would otherwise be a barrier for them. Collecting used bicycles, making the required repairs and then delivering the bikes to members of the Brampton community is an opportunity for this dedicated team to contribute to their well-being.

118 bicycles in total were collected which is a testament to the compassion and generosity of Peel Regional Police personnel.

On Saturday, June 26, 2021, 118 eager cyclists received their renewed wheels. Of note, four more bicycles received repairs in the process.

Peel Regional Police would like to thank all of the citizens, employees and community partners who participated in the donation, collection, repair and delivery of these bicycles. Now more members of the community are mobile for work and play, while in the process, sharing in the continued effort of well-being and safety of the community.

Let’s not forget to use our hand signals while using our bicycles folks, and to everyone using the roadways, please follow the rules of the road. Don’t’ operate any transportation while impaired or distracted. Remember, road safety is a shared responsibility.      

Working With our Partners for the Well-Being and Safety of our Community.


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