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Helping Victoria cyclists get ready to ride

Mechanic Dylan Cunningham looks over a rear derailleur on a bicycle brought in for a tune-up at Russ Hays, The Bicycle Shop. With the cold snap over and weather back to our usual mild temperatures, many cyclists are getting their rides tuned up and cleaned in preparation for spring and summer riding. - Don Denton/News staff
Mechanic Dylan Cunningham looks over a rear derailleur on a bicycle brought in for a tune-up at Russ Hays, The Bicycle Shop. With the cold snap over and weather back to our usual mild temperatures, many cyclists are getting their rides tuned up and cleaned in preparation for spring and summer riding.
— image credit: Don Denton/News staff

Dylan Cunningham is among many bicycle shop staffers who are getting busier these days as winter gives way to our early spring weather.

His employer, Russ Hays, The Bicycle Shop, is just one of many shops in Greater Victoria who are seeing more seasonal cyclists bring their bikes in for tuneups and servicing in preparation for spring and summer riding.

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